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Radio Maisha's DJ 2One2 and Reporter Terry reveal their side effects after AstraZeneca Vaccination

130,575 people have received their first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca in Kenya since its first consignment. Journalists are among the significant service providers in the country. While 62 cases of rare blood clotting condition suspected of AstraZeneca vaccine use in Europe, three Kenyans came out to share their experience after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Alphonce Tengelei dubbed DJ 2One2 posted in his social media accounts saying that he will donate his life for the COVID-19 vaccination. Alphonce Tengelei is an anthropology graduate who is currently working as a deejay at Radio Maisha. DJ narrated that one has to register. He said that he provided his identity card, phone number, and the next of kin. According to DJ 2One2, he experienced heavy sleep. There were no other adverse effects of AstraZeneca. He also admitted that people are different and may experience different reactions. 

Reporter Terry received AstraZeneca on Wednesday last week at Machakos hospital. Terry confessed that she felt nauseous for the first 15 mins. Just like DJ 2One2 Terry experienced heavy sleep. Terry said that she had a hormonal imbalance that led her menstrual cycle to ovulate two weeks earlier than expected. Terry said that sharing her experience with other women who have received AstraZeneca confessed the same hormonal imbalance.

The two also affirmed that the vaccination was free of charge. 

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