Report: CDC: CDC data shows 1 in 4 adults in the US has an allergic reaction to a vaccine

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one in four adults in this country have an allergic response to a newly developed vaccine.

The report from researchers at the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, released on Thursday, found that more than 50 million Americans have been vaccinated against the highly contagious coronavirus.CDC’s report, “Infant Immunization Safety Data: 2017” found that the average age of a vaccine recipient was 26.8 years old, which is roughly three years older than the average person in the U.S. According to the CDC, about half of the people who received a vaccine between April and July were under the age of 10.CDC says that this was due to many people not being vaccinated enough and not following the proper protocol.

The CDC’s report also notes that many people were given the vaccine by their parents and caregivers without being vaccinated themselves.

Researchers at the CDC say that, because of this, the vaccination rate for the elderly has been dropping, and that the number of people under the 18-years-old age group that have been exposed to the vaccine has increased.

Researchers say that the report is a reminder that people are still in the early stages of vaccine development, and are still at risk for developing allergies or other reactions to vaccines.

“This is an important reminder to be very cautious about the vaccine and to be vigilant when handling vaccines,” said Dr. David Levine, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.