COVID-19: VACCINE Trial Starts Volunteer Jen Haller Gets 1st Vaccine Shot
Coronavirus disease or the COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new virus from a preexisting family of viruses known to humankind.
The disease causes respiratory ailment (like the flu) with syndromes such as a cough, fever, and in further severe cases, difficulty in breathing. The best way to protect yourself is to keep washing your hands regularly, avoiding touching your face directly, and averting close contact at least 6 feet (1.83 meters) with people and avoid those who are unwell.
The most typical symptoms of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) included high fever, tiredness, and dry cough.
More rarely, the disease can be serious and even fatal. Older people, and people with other medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease), maybe more vulnerable to becoming severely ill.
People may experience Cough, Fever, Tiredness, Difficulty in breathing in severe cases.
While this pandemic is making rounds everywhere there is a little good news to hear, in Seattle, a COVID-19 (coronavirus) vaccine in its early stages was injected in its first self volunteer
COVID-19: 1st Volunteer Jen Haller explains why she did it?
When asked by an interviewer on the CNN Chris Cuomo why she did so while many fears of getting stuck in the worst situation. To this, she said, that there couldn’t be a better opportunity than this and she could deny this opportunity to volunteer. This is something easy for her to decide and what she had to do, She feels blessed to do something, While everyone around feels so helpless and she feels blessed that she could do something about it. And for her to be the first volunteer for the COVID-19 vaccine was a great opportunity.
The First State trial of COVID-19 Vaccine Tests Begin in Seattle
On being asked what was inside the vaccine shot she explained that The vaccine shot she was given used Messenger RNA there are no elements of the COVID-19 virus in this vaccine nor in the living or in the dead forms, She further said the scientist could describe this better what exactly inside in this COVID-19 Vaccine Shot, she wasn't exposed to the virus throughout the process; she will not get exposed to the virus directly or indirectly. Apart from her, there are thousands of more individuals who voluntarily submitted their names to be the volunteer for the COVID-19 dose trials.
How she felt immediately and later after taking the Vaccine, She even said that this vaccine shot was like other vaccine shots and her arms feel better than her previous vaccine shots. The following morning her arm was a little swollen up, but apart from this, she didn’t have any other side effects this week from the COVID-19 vaccine shot, it is said to have an inactive fragment of messenger RNA from the alternative Virus SARS-CoV-2 to advance the coax response from the body’s immune system from coronavirus.
An inactive fragment of messenger RNA from the other virus SARS-CoV-2 to boost the coax response from the body’s immune system from coronavirus
Big Question Who is Jen Haller?
Jen Haller who already on highlights being the first person who volunteered to test the first shot of coronavirus or COVID-19 possible as she had worked at @Attunely for about a year which is a company focused on the financial services industry incorporating machine learning, for a year.
Jennifer Haller became the first person who got injected with a COVID-19 vaccine
She is very passionate and very helpful; she helps in building a tech support team for startups through much-needed growth stages; she prides herself on her passion for helping establish a unique culture in the workplace environment.
In her own words she explains her job something like this:
“A big piece of my job is managing employee morale or making sure that it’s a great place to work,” Haller said. “So trying to understand what that means now, how do I make it a great place to work when we’re all away from each other?”
After taking the first shot, Haller is keeping track of his daily body temperature and other symptoms daily record. She would visit the doctors again on Tuesday and Wednesday and on 23rd March she will go for giving a sample of her blood, one more after a few weeks. Over the next 14 months, she must visit various times for giving her blood samples a handful of visits and different blood draws. Besides that, there’re no restrictions.
As per Jen Haller, this is the most “badass” thing she had ever done
Does this mean we will have a COVID-19 vaccine soon?
The practical vaccine which can be used on a global scale is still at least 17–18 months away, it still has to go through many tests and see its effects on the human body, how our immune system adapt this medicine, for now, the progress being monitored closely and they are on the watch list of everyone.
We really hope that all the efforts of these scientists and researchers should bring some positive news soon.
We would like to share our heartiest gratitude to the people who are working day and night to combat this situation whether they are from the law enforcement department or any other agencies, military personals on the borders and are most. And our most earnest gratitude to the doctors and nurses working with the patients day and night trying to save people’s lives while they are themselves in a danger to get infected.
Linkedin: Jen Haller
Below we share a few pieces of information that will be helpful for you to tackle the COVID-19
How to wash your hands with Hand Sanitizer
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HANDWASHING
We can access the service through a link that opens a conversation on WhatsApp. Users can type “Hi” to trigger the conversation, prompting a menu of options that can facilitate resolve their queries about COVID-19.
Click Here: WHO WhatsApp API
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How to protect yourself against COVID-19
What can you do to fight the stigma associated with COVID-19?
Words matter! Stigma can isolate people, prevent them from seeking medical care, and adopt healthy behaviours. Watch this short video to learn more about how you can help to tackle the stigma associated with COVID-19. More information on COVID-19 available at: who.int/covid-19
Let’s take The Safe Hands challenge
Get the entire update on the coronavirus here: WHO
Check the progress here: COVID-19 Global Status
For more precise information you can search “coronavirus update in <Your Country Name>, in Google and you would divert to your official national health ministry websites.
For the correct information on coronavirus do not trust any other sources always look for the website of your concerned authorities and WHO,