It is not only natural but also wise to have questions and concerns about anything that is being administered into our bodies. This includes medications, vaccines, supplements, food items, etc. By law, it is the manufacturer’s responsibility in the US to disclose all the facts about the medications available to the general public. 

This post includes the links to resources that provide facts on benefits and risks of receiving the particular COVID-19 vaccine. Please read this information thoroughly and ask questions to your healthcare provider. 

Pay special attention to what you should mention to the vaccine provider before receiving the vaccine. Take note of ingredients and ask your doctor if you might be allergic to any of these. Did you know that there is a vaccine injury compensation program? Click on the links below to learn all about this and more. Please consult your primary care doctor before getting the vaccine.

Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet:

FDA Document: 


CDC Document: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/different-vaccines/Pfizer-BioNTech.html 

Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet:

FDA Document: 


CDC Document: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/different-vaccines/Moderna.html 

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Fact Sheet:

FDA Document:


CDC Document:


Understanding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines: (Pfizer/Moderna)


Understanding Viral Vector COVID-19 Vaccines: (Johnson & Johnson)



By ICOI Health Committee

Contributor: Dr. Alya Khan, MD, OCC

Disclaimer: This post is shared for informational purposes only and is based on health resources generally considered reliable on national or local levels. Individuals are advised to consult their primary care doctors before receiving any vaccine, medication, or treatment. The ICOI, ICOI Health Committee or the contributors are not responsible for any reaction caused by the vaccines or any other method mentioned in these documents.