Health Ministry comes out with series of frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccine

▴ Health Ministry comes out with series of frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccine
The Health Ministry has come out with a series of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine in various aspects. It said protective levels of antibodies are generally developed two weeks after receiving the 2nd dose of Covid 19 Vaccine.

The Government has said that two doses of Vaccine, 28 days apart, need to be taken by an individual to complete the Vaccination schedule.

The Health Ministry has come out with a series of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine in various aspects. It said protective levels of antibodies are generally developed two weeks after receiving the 2nd dose of Covid 19 Vaccine.   

The Ministry has said that Vaccination for COVID-19 is voluntary. However, it has advised receiving the complete schedule of the COVID-19 vaccine for protecting oneself against this disease. This will also limit the spread of this disease to close contacts including family members, friends, relatives, and co-workers.


Infected individuals should defer vaccination for 14 days after symptoms are resolved as they may increase the risk of spreading the virus to others at the vaccination site.
 
The Ministry said the vaccine introduced in India will be as effective as any vaccine developed by other countries as various phases of vaccine trials are undertaken to ensure its safety and efficacy.

Eligible beneficiaries will be informed through their registered mobile numbers regarding the Health Facility for vaccination and its scheduled time

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