To prevent injuries from fainting after vaccines, teens should sit in a chair or lay down when getting shots, and then be observed for 15 minutes.
Some people fainting after getting a vaccination, so we shouldn’t be surprised by reports of people fainting after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
While most kids don’t have any reactions at all after their vaccines, those that do typically have mild reactions, including some fever, soreness, or swelling at the injection site. More moderate and severe reactions are rare.
It is important to know which vaccines need to be given intramuscularly (IM) and both how and where to give these shots.