Tammin Sursok reveals her and husband Sean McEwen’s mild Covid-19 vaccine side effects – but insists they’re ‘doing pretty good’

Australian actress and influencer Tammin Sursok has updated fans on how she and husband Sean McEwen are doing, after they had the Covid-19 vaccine in the US. 

The 37-year-old Pretty Little Liars star revealed this week in a series of videos that they’re both ‘doing pretty good,’ and that she’s only suffered mild side effects including tiredness and a sore arm. 

It comes after Sean battled coronavirus earlier this year. He tested negative to the virus in January after losing 6kg in two weeks while sick.    

Updates: Tammin Sursok revealed this week her and husband Sean McEwen’s mild Covid-19 vaccine side effects – but insisted they’re ‘doing pretty good’

‘We’re doing fine, my arm is a little sore now, it was sore the first time straight away, it’s taken about five hours to get to work,’ Tammin explained on her Instagram stories. 

‘I’m a little tired, I think that because I’ve had two kids, but that’s it for now.’  

While sharing a video from bed, Tammin said that Sean had the ‘chills’ but was laughing about how she had a bit of a dead arm.  

‘We’re doing fine, my arm is a little sore now, it was sore the first time straight away, it’s taken about five hours to get to work,’ Tammin explained on her Instagram stories. She added she has only suffered mild side effects including tiredness and a sore arm

‘We were both laughing, my arm is so sore, I can’t move it off my body. But I’m fairing pretty well and he’s fairing pretty well.’

She later added: ‘We are tired and achy but pretty good.’ 

It remains unclear which vaccine Tammin and Sean had and what dose of the vaccine she was referring to. 

Details: While sharing a video from bed, Tammin said that Sean had the ‘chills’ but was laughing about how she had a bit of a dead arm. ‘But I’m fairing pretty well and he’s fairing pretty well,’ she said

In late January, Tammin revealed that her husband Sean had tested negative to Covid, after 21 days battling the illness. 

Hours before receiving the result, Tammin confirmed that her husband was ‘really weak’ and had lost ’15 pounds in two weeks,’ or 6.8kg.  

‘Once you’re past the scary phase and your loved one is OK, it’s still such a disruption to your life, and your kid’s lives and the person who is sick’s life,’ she said.

Vaccinated: It remains unclear which vaccine Tammin and Sean had and what dose of the vaccine she was referring to. In late January, Tammin revealed that her husband Sean had tested negative to Covid, after 21 days battling the illness

She added that everyone needs to realise the virus is ‘still around’, saying: ‘This is almost a year, and I never thought after a year that this would still be affecting us.’ 

‘Please be safe, and I know that the fatigue of all this gets overwhelming – I get it, because it’s happening to me too.

‘But there will be some light at the end of the tunnel and we will get back to our normal lives.’

Meanwhile over the weekend, Tammin revealed that she was rushed to hospital. 

Hospital woes: Meanwhile over the weekend, Tammin revealed that she was rushed to hospital. She soon revealed that doctors found a large cyst in her right ovary

She soon revealed that doctors found a large cyst in her right ovary. 

She noted that after sharing her journey, ‘thousands’ of her followers reached out to her with their heartbreaking stories of misdiagnoses and struggles with pain management. 

‘Let’s make women’s health a priority. It is completely unacceptable that so many live in constant pain and anguish with no real answers,’ she wrote.

The South African-born Australian star thanked her fans for their support and urged women to find their answers and research to help bring change to the health issue. 

AUSTRALIA’S VACCINE ROLLOUT

Pfizer/BioNTech 

-10 million doses will be available from early 2021

-These doses will be manufactured offshore

-Australia will have the option to purchase additional doses where supply is available

 University of Oxford/AstraZeneca 

-Australia has secured 53.8 million doses of this vaccine

-3.8 million doses will be delivered to Australia in early 2021

-50 million doses will be manufactured in Australia in monthly batches. CSL will manufacture these doses on behalf of AstraZeneca

Novavax

-51 million doses will be made available in Australia during 2021 

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