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Are Covid-19 Vaccines linked to Shingles?

  Is there evidence that the covid 19 vaccine causes shingles in some people? Jeff Diver · Updated just now ex-reference assistant at Cornell Univ. Library; 4K+ answers [ Photo by  Jackson Simmer  on  Unsplash ; modified by author ] >>Thanks to  Cheryl Johnson ’s comment, I have posted a link to one patient’s description of Shingles.<< Mj Johnson, NO. None whatsoever. That’s not possible. Shingles is a whole other disease caused by a specific virus.  It is  not a general condition  that can be experienced by those who do not contract that virus. Here’s one patient’s experience with Shingles: [1] If you don’t have the  varicella-zoster virus  in your system as a result of having had chickenpox as a youngster, you will not get Shingles. No other virus or vaccine can cause Shingles.  As the Mayo Clinic states, “Shingles is caused by the varicella-zoster virus — the same virus that causes chickenpox. After you've had chickenpox, the virus lies inactive in nerve tissue near

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