Health Ministry Said Taking Coronavirus Vaccine Depend On Will Of Person, Told When Vaccination Will Start – Vaccination in India: Vaccination will depend on individual’s wish, Health Ministry told whenOn December 17, 2020 by admin
The ministry said that people who had been previously infected with Kovid-19 are also advised to take a full dose of the corona virus vaccine, as this would create a strong immunity against the disease. The ministry stated that two weeks after taking the second dose, a protective level of antibodies in the body is ready.
Ministry prepared list of questions and answers related to vaccine
The ministry on Thursday night prepared a list of some questions and answers related to the Kovid-19 vaccine. This includes some questions such as whether it is necessary for everyone to take the vaccine, how many days antibodies will be ready from the vaccine, whether a person recovering from Kovid-19 can also take the vaccine, etc.
Immunization will start soon
Ministry said, taking vaccine of Kovid-19 will depend on the will of the person. However, it is advisable to take a full dose of the vaccine. The ministry said that different vaccines are in different stages of testing. The government is preparing to start the Kovid-19 vaccination soon.
These six vaccines are being tested in the country
Six Kovid-19 vaccines are undergoing testing in India. In this, trials are being carried out on the vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with ICMR, Zydus Cadila, Genoa, Oxford. The Sputnik V vaccine at the Dr. Reddy Lab in Hyderabad in collaboration with the Gamalaya National Center in Russia and the vaccine developed by Biological E Ltd in Hyderabad in coordination with MIT, USA.
Vaccine dose to be given at an interval of 28 days
On what the vaccine would be safe after testing in a short period and whether it could have some side effects, the ministry said that the vaccine would be offered after the approval of regulatory institutions on the basis of safety and effectiveness.
The ministry said that states have been asked to make arrangements for safe vaccination campaign to deal with the adverse effect of vaccine. The ministry stated that two doses of the vaccine would be required to be taken at an interval of 28 days. Patients suffering from cancer, diabetes, hypertension etc. can also take the vaccine dose of Kovid-19.
These documents will be valid for vaccination
In the initial phase, the Kovid-19 vaccine will be given to health workers and priority groups working on the front lines. Depending on the availability of the vaccine, people over 50 years of age can also be given a dose. The identified people will be informed about vaccination and its time on their mobile number.
On why health workers and frontline personnel have been selected for vaccination, the ministry said that the government is giving priority to the high risk groups. They will receive vaccine supplements first. Documents like driving license, PAN card, voter ID card, Aadhaar card etc. will be valid for the vaccine.
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