Vaccines Covid 19 | Is Covid 19 Vaccine Safe?

With the introduction of the covid-19 vaccine, questions have been raised in many people’s minds about the process of making this vaccine, its safety, availability, price, and other such issues. Here you will find information on these questions related to vaccines.

Also, you will know what scientists know in this regard and what is yet to be known. This information is provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States, and other similar reliable sources.

There are certain precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, and getting vaccinated is one of them. Advised to continue with the precautions like using a face mask, social distance, and handwashing hands. It reduces the spreading of it to others.

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Is Covid 19 vaccine safe?

All COVID-19 vaccines approved for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration have been tested and effectively prevent severe COVID-19. They continue to undergo continuous and intense safety monitoring.

Johns Hopkins Medicine is administering all three COVID-19 vaccines: Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Johnson & Johnson. We view all three vaccines as effective in preventing severe disease and death from COVID-19, and their benefits outweigh their risks.

If i currently have COVID-19, should i get vaccinated now?

People infected with covid-19 or who are showing symptoms should remain isolated for at least ten days.

The people who recovered from COVID-19 should postpone getting their COVID-19 vaccinations for three months after infection.

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Vaccines available in India

CoviShield: The current study regarding the CoviShield vaccine suggests that the long waiting time between doses improved the immune response. Therefore the time between the two doses has been increased to 12-16 weeks.

Covaccine: Scientists recommend that the second dose of the Covaccine vaccine be taken 4-6 weeks after.

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Are COVID-19 vaccines free?

The central government provides COVID-19 vaccines free to all regardless of immigration status and health insurance coverage.

The COVID-19 vaccines are free offered by a clinic, retail pharmacy, or other location.

Can a COVID-19 vaccine give you COVID-19?

No. The COVID-19 vaccines being developed in the U.S. don’t use the live virus that causes COVID-19. So, as per result, the COVID-19 vaccines can’t cause you to become sick with COVID-19.

It will take few weeks for the body to build immunity after getting a COVID-19 vaccination. As per result, you could become infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 before or after being vaccinated.

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Can breastfeeding women get the COVID-19 vaccine?

If you are pregnant and breastfeeding, you choose to get a COVID-19 vaccine. While research is needed, early suggest that getting a COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy poses no severe risks.

If you have concerns, talk with the health care provider about the COVID-19 risks and benefits.

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Can a COVID-19 vaccine affect fertility or menstruation?

There is no record that COVID-19 vaccines cause fertility problems.

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Several women have reported experiencing menstrual changes after getting a COVID-19 vaccine. A study has shown that women experienced menstrual changes after getting COVID-19. However, it’s not clear if getting the COVID-19 vaccine causes these changes. Further research is needed.

Keep in mind that things can affect menstrual cycles, including infections, sleep problems, stress, and changes in diet or exercise.

Is there anyone that should not get a COVID-19 vaccine?

No, there is no COVID-19 vaccine yet for children under age 12. However, clinical trials involving younger children are in progress.

What are the possible general side effects of a COVID-19 vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccines can cause side effects after the first or second dose, including:

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You’ll be monitoring for 15 minutes after taking a COVID-19 vaccine to see if you have an immediate reaction. Many side effects go away in a few days. Side effects after the second dose might be intense. Some people have no side effects.

What are the signs of an allergic reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine?

You might be having an allergic reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine if you experience these signs within 4 hours of getting vaccinated:

  • Hives
  • Wheezing
  • Swelling on lips, tongue, or eyes

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If you have any symptoms of an allergic reaction, get help immediately. Tell everything, doctor, about your reaction. This reaction means you are allergic to the vaccine. As a result, you are not able to get a second dose of the same vaccine.

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