Updated: May 3
Before taking any kind of vaccine it is necessary to go for a medical checkup because this vaccine is going to revamp your immunity in a push. If a vaccine seeker has allergies to medication or drugs, it is important to get an all-clear from a medical practitioner. A complete blood count, C-reactive protein, or Immunoglobulin-E (IgE) levels can be checked under medical surveillance. People with Sugar, diabetes, or blood pressure need to keep these in check. Oncology patients, Specially those on chemotherapy, must act on medical advice. Patients who have received blood plasma or monoclonal antibodies as part of Covid-19 treatment or those infected in the last one and a half months are advised not to take the vaccine at present.
After your vaccination, A recipient of the vaccine is monitored at the vaccine center itself to guard against any immediate severe allergic response. People are allowed to go only after it has been ascertained that this is not the case. Side effects like pain at the injection site and fever are the common symptoms of vaccination. This is no reason to panic. Some other side effects like chills and fatigue might also be expected, but these go away in a few days.
Here is the complete list for do and don't if you are about to receive your vaccine. Please follow the advice and take good care of you and your family.
Do Before the Vaccination
Do after your vaccination
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