After starting the vaccination campaign against the coronavirus on February 15 in Mexico, the journalist and radio host, Maxine Woodside, revealed that she had already been inoculated and that she presented some discomforts that are attributed to the antidote.
The 72-year-old driver received the immunization from the pharmaceutical AstraZeneca on February 16 at the Cuajimalpa mayor's office, Mexico City , and highlighted the good organization of the campaign, as there was no setback in her vaccination.
“My son who lives in Cuajimalpa, they were vaccinating there for two days. So I had signed up there in Cuajimalpa and then I went to queue early, from nine in the morning. But very well organized, very friendly ”, the communicator narrated in the space that leads in Grupo Fórmula.
After receiving the antidote, Maxine was under observation for thirty minutes to monitor any reaction she might present. However, it wasn't until hours later that she began to feel some discomfort.
"During the day it gave me no reaction, but at night you don't know how bad I felt, it was a headache, chills and bad," he said. To counteract the ailments, the 'Queen of Radio' took a drug commonly used to reduce pain, inflammation and fever.
After these reactions, Maxine reported that she was left with only mild pain in her arm, similar to what she feels when receiving any other vaccination.
According to what was reported by the host, the actress Ana Martín received the inoculation at the same mayor's office as she a few days ago , although there is no report that the interpreter has presented any adverse reaction attributable to the vaccine.
A couple of years ago days, Ana Martín shared her own experience with the antidote against COVID-19 and, with particular joy, invited her followers to get vaccinated when their turn comes.
“YUPIIIII Droplets 3 weeks ago I signed up for my vaccine, Friday I received my confirmation I was vaccinated tomorrow (February 17). I am happy as we know, you have to be patient and see how things are going to turn out. Tomorrow I will go to queue early to see when they vaccinate me ”, announced the interpreter from her official account of Instagram.
"Take care of yourselves, soon it will be everyone's turn first, God, I love you deeply," he concluded in a message accompanied by a photograph where he is seen wearing a mask and a mask.
Likewise, the song Before Enrique Guzmán, he reported through his Twitter account that he had already been vaccinated against COVID-19.
“I received my first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine at 2:30 PM… there is no reaction. I will keep you informed, "wrote the singer of La Plaga on Twitter last February 15.
In another message he shared on the same social network, a video from the newspaper El Sol de México was seen in which he was captured registering to receive the vaccine in the Family Medicine Unit number 22 of the Mexican Institute of Social Security ( IMSS ) in the Magdalena Contreras mayor's office.
“I must tell you that the vaccine, I do not know what the result is that this vaccine will give me, what must be avoided is that there is this pandemic. If nothing happens, we will all have to continue to suffer, but if this helps us to defeat this bug, we are in the best position to do so ", said the singer in a clip published on the IMSS social networks.
In the video, Enrique He took the opportunity to invite citizens to apply the antidote and recognized the important work of the medical corps in the face of the pandemic throughout the national territory.