SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KGO) — In Southern California a nurse began showing symptoms of COVID-19 six days after getting the vaccine, then tested positive two days later.

It happened in the San Diego area.

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Experts here in the Bay Area say that it takes time for the antibodies to develop in your body.

“I have no problem putting needles in people as a doctor, I do not particularly enjoy having needles put in me,” says Dr. Amy Herold who is the Chief Medical Officer at Napa’s Queen of the Valley Medical Center.

She took the coronavirus vaccine just like thousands of others.

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