A National Monitoring Platform will soon be established to determine its effect on people who have undergone the corona vaccine and to determine possible infections in people after first-second vaccination.
Now, people of 18 to 44 years of age are being vaccinated with the corona vaccine. It is also important to find out its effect on people who have been given anti-Corona vaccine. Now after the first-second vaccination, a national monitoring platform will be established soon to determine the possible infection among the people. Official sources said that to set up such a platform, the recommendations of the ‘National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization’ (National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization) have been accepted by the National Expert Group on Immunization and the Union Ministry of Health.
The head of ‘INCLEN Trust’, Dr. NK Arora, said that the COVID-19 Working Group, which is part of the ‘National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization’ (NTAGI), has known its impact on people who have been given anti-COVID-19 vaccine. A national monitoring platform is recommended to be set up soon to determine possible infections in people after application and first-second vaccination.
It is necessary to monitor the effect of the vaccine
The INCLEN Trust is heading Corona’s task force. He said that after increasing the time between two doses of ‘Kovishield’ vaccine, it has become necessary to monitor its effect. Significantly, on Thursday, the government had also accepted the recommendation to increase the difference between taking two doses of ‘Kovishield’ vaccine from COVID-19 Working Group from 6-8 weeks to 12 to 16 weeks.
Pregnant can also be given the option of getting vaccinated
NTAGI recommends that current data from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and other agencies be used in real-time to establish this facility, so that the ground reality can be reviewed. The government panel has also suggested that now pregnant and lactating women can also be given the option to get vaccinated.
According to the current guidelines of the Ministry of Health, people can get vaccinated four to eight weeks after recovering from COVID-19 and pregnant and lactating women are not being vaccinated yet.
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