© English Time provided The emergency use of the corona virus vaccine began in Britain on Tuesday. However, once vaccination begins, new problems arise. Two National Health Service personnel were seriously ill after being vaccinated against psoriasis. Side effects such as itching, rash, and differences in blood circulation were seen throughout the 24-hour period. The British government has issued a key statement warning people not to take the corona vaccine in the past. In addition, they were instructed to examine the medical history of those coming in for vaccination and not to vaccinate them if they had any allergies. June Rainey, chief executive of the British Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), has warned that people who have been exposed to drugs or any vaccine in the past should not take the Pfizer vaccine now. … The safety, quality and effectiveness of this vaccine can be fully relied upon to meet MHRA standards. Officials said it was natural for those taking the new vaccines to have side effects and there was no need to worry too much about it. The two health workers who showed side effects were said to be recovering. In medical terms, anaphylaxis is when the body’s immune system overreacts to any vaccine or drug. The NHS said it was not a serious one, but a life-threatening threat. Orders were issued after consulting experts, stating that there was a particular risk from anaphylaxis. Pfizer advised not to get the corona vaccine if you have been allergic to medications in the past.