Merav Mofaz, Matan Yechezkel, Grace Guan, Margaret L. Brandeau, Tal Patalon, Sivan Gazit, Dan Yamin1
, and Erez Shmueli1
Figure 2. Changes in subjective well-being indicators reported by participants through a mobile application for self-reported and physiologic reactions to BNT162b2 (Pfizer, https://www.pfizer.com) mRNA coronavirus disease vaccine doses. Mean difference compared with baseline levels are shown for the well-being indicators of mood level (A), stress level (B), sport duration (C), and sleep quality (D). Mood level, stress level, and sleep quality were reported on a 1–5 Likert scale. Sport duration was measured in minutes. Error bars indicate 90% CIs. Horizontal dashed lines indicate no change compared with baseline levels.