What to know about shoulder pain after the COVID-19 vaccine

Pain at the injection site is the most common side effect of vaccination but experts say massaging the area may do more harm than good.
Many more participants in the vaccine trials registered discomfort after the second dose, given three or four weeks later, than after the first.
After the shots, you might experience a sore arm, a mild fever or body aches, but this doesn't mean you have COVID-19.
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