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So, it’s possible that while the vaccines do spark some cases, rates of Bell’s palsy may ultimately be lower in vaccinated people than what might occur after a coronavirus infection.
There have also been some isolated cases of Bell’s palsy, a temporary weakness or paralysis of facial muscles, in both vaccines’ trial participants.
Of about 22,000 people in the phase 3 trial who received the vaccine, four developed a form of temporary facial paralysis called Bell’s palsy.
The FDA will also closely monitor for cases of Bell’s palsy, a temporary facial paralysis, as the vaccine is rolled out to more people.
There were four cases of Bell’s palsy among people that received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in its trial and three in the group that received the Moderna vaccine in its trial.
Another possible concern is that four people in the vaccine group developed a neurological condition called Bell’s palsy, while there were no cases in the placebo group.
Nay, when I agree to do such things, may a righteous God palsy my right arm, and may the earth open and close in upon me forever.
Quin laid a quieting hand on her arm, which was shaking as if with the palsy.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
He's jus like he had a stroke of palsy, hit's a wonder the mewel hedn't killed him stun dead.
At Todmorden a minister was struck with a violent fit of palsy immediately after preaching against the Methodists.

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