Ring J, Worm M, Wollenberg A, Thyssen JP, Jakob T, Klimek L, Bangert C, Barbarot S, Bieber T, de Bruin-Weller MS, Chernyshov PV, Christen-Zaech S, Cork M, Darsow U, Flohr C, Fölster-Holst R, Gelmetti C, Gieler U, Gutermuth J, Heratizadeh A, Hijnen DJ, von Kobyletzki LB, Kunz B, Paul C, Seneschal J, Simon D, Spuls PI, Stalder JF, Svensson A, Szalai Z, Taieb A, Torrelo A, Trzeciak M, Werfel T, Weidinger S, Deleuran M
J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol - (-) - [2021-03-22; online 2021-03-22]
Since the introduction of active vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 infection, there has been a debate about the risk of developing severe allergic or anaphylactic reactions among individuals with a history of allergy. Indeed, rare cases of severe allergic reactions have been reported in the United Kingdom and North America. By february 2021 a rate of 4,5 severe allergic reactions occurred among 1 million patients vaccinated with the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines, which is higher than the generally expected rate of severe allergic reactions to vaccinations of around 1 in 1 million.