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Thursday, January 7, 2021

How to register for corona vaccine? How will the vaccine be given? Learn answer from AIIMS Director

  • The Center released a video on all the questions related to registration, eligibility, schedule
  • The video released in three parts explained the whole process of vaccination

India is all set to start vaccination next week. The government has also said that vaccination could start on January 13-14. Two vaccines, Covishield and Covacin, have also been approved on January 3.

As governments around the world rush to vaccinate their citizens against the growing coronavirus, scientists are locked in a heated debate over a surprising question: Should everyone be left behind in need of a second dose, or given inoculation as much as possible? Now - and push back the second dose later?

Even the first shot seems to provide little protection against Covid-19, so some experts believe the shortest way to get the virus is now to spread the initial injection as widely as possible.

Officials in Britain have already chosen to delay the second dose of the vaccine by pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca and Pfizer as a way to more widely distribute the partial protection provided by a single shot.

Health officials in the United States have strongly opposed the idea. On Friday, the country's top infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony S. "I'm not in favor of that," Fawcett told CNN. "We'll do what we're doing."

But on Sunday, Monsef Sloi, a scientific adviser at Operation Operation Speed, introduced an interesting alternative to federal efforts to accelerate vaccine development and distribution: giving some Americans half the dose of the modern vaccine, possibly a way to make milk more immune. Limited vaccine supply of the country.

Will everyone be vaccinated together?

No. Not right now. It will depend on the availability of the vaccine. The government has decided on priority groups keeping in view the risk factor. The first group consists of healthcare workers and frontline workers. The second group includes people over the age of 50 and people over the age of 50 who are suffering from diseases like diabetes, blood pressure. That's a total of 30 crores.

Is vaccination mandatory?

No. The government has left it to your will. Even then, my advice is that you and your loved ones need to be vaccinated.

Will some doses of the vaccine be given?

There will be two doses of the vaccine. It will be given at intervals of 28 days. When all are given two doses, the vaccine schedule will be complete.

How long will it take for the antibody to form?

At least 42 days after the first dose, i.e. two weeks after the second dose, the body will develop antibodies to the corona.

Will there be side effects and what will it be like?

Side effects cannot be ignored. Common side effects in vaccines are normal. Side effects such as mild fever, pain in the vaccinated area, body aches may appear. States have been ordered to provide protection in the process of vaccination. If any side effects appear, it will be treated on the same site.

How do I know if I am vaccinated?

The vaccine is being given to priority groups in the early stages. These people will be notified on the registered mobile number. Where the vaccine will be given, a message will come from the primary center. It will also tell you when and where the vaccine will be given so that people will not have any problems.

Can a vaccine be taken without registration?

No. This will not happen. Registration is mandatory. Information about the vaccine will be available only after registration. The government has created the Covin (Co-WIN) app and platform, which will help in real-time monitoring of vaccines. Only after this process will you be able to get vaccinated.

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Where are the documents required for registration?

This document must be accompanied by photo: Driving License, Health Insurance Smart Card issued by Ministry of Labor, MGNREGA Job Card, Pen Card, Bank / Post Office Passbook, Passport, Pension Document, Service ID and Water ID issued to Central and State Government employees. Card.

What if I don't have a photo ID?

Photo ID is required at the time of registration and vaccination. This will tell you if the vaccine has been given to the right person.

How do people get information about the date of vaccination?

After online registration, those who have registered will get SMS. It will have the date, place and time written on it.

Will I get status information when I get vaccinated?

Yes. After the vaccination, an SMS will be sent to the registered mobile number of the person. A QR-Code based certificate will also be sent after all doses are applied.

If a person has corona symptoms and is positive, will they also be vaccinated?

No, such people can spread such an infection at the vaccination site. We do not know how effective the vaccine will be in such cases. I believe that those who have been infected should be vaccinated 14 days after the onset of symptoms.

Does a person who has recovered from corona need to be vaccinated?

Yes, people who have had or have had coronary heart disease are also advised to get vaccinated. A good immune response to this infection can be developed in Teva.

If a person is taking medicine for diseases like cancer, diabetes, hypertension, should he also be vaccinated?

Yes, I think it is very important that such people be vaccinated. Because they are in the high risk group. It is important for them to understand that the effects of the vaccine will not be affected by the drugs.

What precautions should be taken after vaccination?

My advice is to rest for a minimum of 30 minutes after vaccination. Inform the officers present there if any symptoms appear and trouble occurs. So you can be treated as needed.

Has the vaccine been developed in a very short time? Is it safe?

Yes, the vaccine that is approved in India. It has been approved by the regulatory body after seeing safety and effectiveness. All standards are taken into account. The same precautions that were taken earlier for vaccine approval are still in force.

Is the vaccine coming to India as effective as the foreign vaccine?

Yes, vaccines used in India will be just as effective as vaccines developed in other countries. The process of trials to test the safety and effectiveness of vaccines is the same all over the world.

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