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Thursday, 22 April 2021

What to do if the corona develops after vaccination and between two doses? Find out the answer from Health Expert

What to do if the corona develops after vaccination and between two doses? Find out the answer from Health Expert




The vaccine is the only weapon against the corona virus. In view of its need, people in India above the age of 18 are now allowed to be vaccinated from May 1. However, there are still many questions in the minds of people about vaccination. What to do if corona symptoms appear before vaccination. Or what to do if the corona develops after taking the first dose of the vaccine. Find out the answers to some of these questions from Health Expert


Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease specialist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in the United States, told a news channel to avoid a vaccine appointment if you develop COVID-19 or have symptoms. The reason behind this is that your infection will not be felt by anyone else at the vaccine center.

A variety of health-related questions are asked before making a vaccine appointment. In addition, the person is screened before going inside the vaccination center. A doctor who shows any kind of symptom can also cancel your appointment himself.



According to CDC guidelines, COVID-19 patients should wait to be vaccinated until they have fully recovered and come out of isolation.


What to do if infected between two doses

Many people become infected even after taking a single dose of the vaccine. In this case, you can extend your second dose by 3-4 weeks. Please consult with your doctor for case-specific recommendations.

According to the study, if a person becomes infected with corona after taking the first dose of the vaccine, the second dose should not be taken for several weeks even after he recovers. 



Patients should be vaccinated at least three months after recovering from COVID-19, according to a new study from the New England Journal of Medicine. Health experts say that it keeps the antibodies in the body strong and lasts longer.

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