It does not come as a surprise that the introduction of an unprecedented treatment for a recently notorious disease will cause concerns and raise some questions. As a race we have become cautious over the centuries about what treatment modalities we accept and reject. With the advent of social media and endless sources of information we find ourselves standing at an intersection of many pathways, thinking meticulously where to go from there? At one point the widely available stats and the complex way in which these vaccines work do not really interest the general population as much as how they actually affect the human body; things we can actually see, feel and experience. By the end of August 2021, more than 5.02 billion doses globally (1), above 47 million in Pakistan (2) and around 364 million in the United States (1) have been administered of the COVID-19 vaccines. As of now there are fifteen WHO authorized and approved COVID-19 vaccines, example of some of them are the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Cansino, Sinovac and Sputnik and COVID-19 vaccines. Pakistan as an independent nation has so far approved the later five. In this article we will discuss some facts and ambiguity regarding the supposed neurological side effects of some of the aforementioned vaccines
Ghazanfar, Rija Zehra and Wasay, Mohammad
"Neurological Associations of Covid-19 Vaccines,"
Pakistan Journal of Neurological Sciences (PJNS): Vol. 16:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/pjns/vol16/iss2/8