Rami Chuene Shares Her Covid Vaccine Jab Experience: "I Almost Died"

Rami Chuene Shares Her Covid Vaccine Jab Experience: "I Almost Died"

  • Former The Queen actress Rami Chuene has shared her experience after she got her first Covid-19 jab
  • The star said she experienced side effects for four to five days after getting vaccinated against the disease
  • The media personality made it clear that she was not discouraging people from getting vaccinated but was just stating facts

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Rami Chuene took to social media recently to share her experience after getting her first Covid-19 jab. The actress told her fans that she experienced side effects after getting vaccinated for the deadly virus.

The former The Queen star was reacting to a tweep who asked people to share their vaccine experiences. Even though the vaccine affected her health, she made it clear that her comment was not aimed at discouraging people from getting their jabs.

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Rami Chuene, her Covid jab, experience, SA reacts
Rami Chuene has shared her Covid jab experience. Image: @ramichuene
Source: Instagram

The media personality said on Twitter that she "almost died" after getting her shot. She explained that the first four to five days were "hell" but then it got better. According to ZAlebs, she added:

"26 days later I still have some symptoms, numbness in my arm, fatigue, headache, etc. Please, I’m not discouraging anyone to vaccinate. I know that had I got Covid-19, I wouldn’t have survived. No ways."

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Other tweeps took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her response. Check out what they had to say below:

@Bluemoo33468299 commented:

"I just got my first jab this morning, my arm is heavy, I'm not breathing well, I feel as if there is a stuck minty chemical in my chest, so breathing is hard. There is a sharp pain on the left side of my chest as well."

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@l_keletso said:

"You’re sharing your truth - your experience & thank you for that! Definitely not discouraging anyone to take the vaccine! It’s as if we suddenly forgot that 'multiple things can be true at the same time!' I guess not when it comes to these candidate vaccines! Get well!"

@Linneth_tshego wrote:

"Lucky for me, my younger brother and my BF we never experienced anything bad. It was life as normal after our jabs."

@TendyBaloyi added:

"Your honesty means a lot."

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In other news, Briefly News reported that the Ndlovu Youth Choir took to social media on Monday, 1 February and encouraged Mzansi citizens to take the vaccine.

The finalists of America's Got Talent took to Twitter and shared a music video of their new song titled Jaba Jaba. The talented Mzansi choir captioned their post:

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"Now that the vaccines are here, let’s encourage one another to get the jab and do the #JabaJaba."

The song encourages citizens to get vaccinated in order to get back to groove. Check out some of the lyrics of the choir's track below:

"To get the party going strong, people dancing all night long - Get vaccinated! Get the jab so we can jive, to get back to the groove after lockdown's got you down - Get vaccinated!"

Source: Briefly News

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Mxolisi Mngadi (Editor) Mxolisi Mngadi is an entertainment reporter. He graduated in 2002 from Damelin with a Diploma in Journalism, majoring in African and International Studies, Journalism and Electronic Media. He then started his journalism career at the Daily Sun newspaper, went on to The Citizen, and worked as a senior reporter at News24. He has been a writer for more than 15 years.

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