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Adverse effects associated with vaccines authorized or approved in the US. Information is taken from the US prescribing information. Last updated: 12 May 2022

BMJ Best Practice editorial team; compiled using data from the US product information

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Illustration revealing ultrastructural morphology exhibited by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) when viewed with electron microscopically

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Transverse CT scans from a 32-year-old man, showing ground-glass opacity and consolidation of lower lobe of right lung near the pleura on day 1 after symptom onset (top panel), and bilateral ground-glass opacity and consolidation on day 7 after symptom onset

Xu XW et al. BMJ. 2020;368:m606

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Number of COVID-19 cases reported weekly by WHO Region, and global deaths, as of 8 May 2022

World Health Organization

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Multi-organ complications of COVID-19 and long COVID. The SARS-CoV-2 virus gains entry into the cells of multiple organs via the ACE2 receptor

BMJ. 2021;374:n1648

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Dose information for COVID-19 vaccines currently approved or authorized in the US based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. *An 8-week interval may be optimal for some people (e.g., males ages 12 to 39 years due to risk of myocarditis associated with mRNA vaccines). **A second booster may be considered in some people. See Interim clinical considerations for use of COVID-19 vaccines currently approved or authorized in the United States for more detailed information (link above). Last updated: 12 May 2022

BMJ Best Practice editorial team; compiled using data from the US product information

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Virus replication cycle

BMJ. 2020;371:m3862

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