The nationwide vaccination campaign was launched on 16 January and in the first phase health workers were vaccinated. The second phase of vaccination for frontline personnel was started from February 2.
Corona Vaccine- (Indicative Photo)
The country is slowly getting back on track after recovering from the second wave of Corona. Offices and markets have started opening, but in between, there is a boom in the case of Corona. Due to this, there is a fear among the people whether these increasing cases are a sign of the third wave of COVID. However, the campaign of corona vaccination is going on fast in the country. According to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, more than 75 crore doses of anti-Covid vaccine have been administered in the country. But in some places it is such that people have not been able to get the second dose of COVID vaccine due to the crowd. In such a situation, there is doubt in his mind about the effect of the vaccine.
If someone has not been able to take the second dose in time. This means that after the first vaccine, the date is given for the second dose. If someone has not been able to get the second dose of COVID vaccine on the scheduled date, then what should he do, let’s know about this from the experts.
What to do if you miss a date
AIIMS Delhi doctor Piyush Ranjan says that if you have not been able to take the second dose on the scheduled date, then you can get it 2-4 days ahead. So do not worry that the date was only today and now how to get it done tomorrow. It will not make much difference, but it is necessary to apply the second dose. Yes, if there is any problem or if any kind of medical emergency has happened, then you can consult the doctor about when the second dose is to be administered. Well, this kind of situation comes very rarely.
how much less risk after vaccination
According to a study conducted by AIIMS, the chances of getting corona infection are up to 12 times less in those who get the vaccine than those who are not vaccinated. Even if there is an infection, the chances of getting a serious disease are reduced by 18 times.
start of vaccination
The nationwide vaccination campaign was launched on 16 January and in the first phase health workers were vaccinated. The second phase of vaccination for frontline personnel was started from February 2. The third phase was started from March 1, in which people above the age of 60 years and those who are 45 years of age or more were already suffering from any disease.
Vaccination was started for all people above 45 years of age from April 1 in the country. At the same time, from May 1, the doors of vaccination were opened for all people above the age of 18 years.
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