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Saturday, 19 December 2020

government left the decision to vaccinate to the will of the people

government left the decision to vaccinate to the will of the people



The Union Ministry of Health has said that vaccination against corona virus will be voluntary. The ministry also clarified that the vaccine manufactured in India is as effective as the vaccine being developed in other countries.

government left the decision to vaccinate to the will of the people
 

In addition, the Ministry of Health has advised to take a full course of the vaccine to protect oneself from the corona as well as family members, friends, relatives and co-workers who have come in contact. The ministry has released the FAQ based on the questions asked about the vaccination drive. We are giving you information through answers to 15 selected questions on how corona vaccination will be done in 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.

(Also read: Vaccine Tracker: India may order local testing before approving Pfizer’s vaccine)

1. Will corona vaccination be necessary for everyone?
No. It will be on a voluntary basis. However, it is also advisable to follow a complete vaccine schedule to prevent coronavirus, so that you can protect your family, friends, relatives and co-workers from this disease.

2. How will the vaccine be given first?
The government has decided the priority group. The first group will have health care and front line workers. The second group will include people who are over 50 years of age or who are under 50 years of age but have a serious illness.

The 50+ group has been chosen because vaccinating this age group will cover 78% of such people who also have a serious illness.
The 50+ group will be divided into two most sub-groups. The first subgroup will be people aged 60+. They will be vaccinated first. The other subgroup will be people in the age group of 50 to 60 years. The vaccine will then be given.
If the vaccine availability is good, both subgroups can be vaccinated simultaneously.
3. Will an infected person be vaccinated?
In response to this question, the ministry said that such a person would be vaccinated 14 days after the onset of symptoms of the infection.

4. Is it necessary to vaccinate those who have recovered from corona?
Yes, whether you have had corona before or not, you are advised to be vaccinated to strengthen your immune system against the virus.

government left the decision to vaccinate to the will of the people

5. The biggest question- how will the vaccination take place?

Priority group vaccination will be done earlier depending on the availability of vaccine.
Those who qualify under this group will be informed about the time and health facility via SMS through the registered mobile number after online registration,

The mask must be applied at the vaccination center. Hands should be kept sanitized. Social distance must be observed.
Those eligible for vaccination will be given vaccination related information on their registered mobile number. Information will be given on which center they will be vaccinated at and when.
You have to stay at the center for at least half an hour after the vaccination. Inform the staff if you do not feel well.
After administering all the doses of the vaccine, you will also be given a certificate based on the QR code on your mobile.
6. How many doses of vaccine will there be?
There will be two doses. It should be taken at intervals of 28 days. You will then need to complete the vaccination schedule.

7. Will someone be vaccinated if they have not registered with the health department?

No. Registration is required. Only after registration will the person be told where, at what time they have to arrive for the vaccine.

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8. What documentation will be required for a vaccine that is suitable?
Any photo ID in it is required for registration

Driving license
Label Health Insurance Smart Card issued by the Ministry
MNREGA job card
Official ID cards received by MPs, MLAs, members of the Legislative Council
PAN card
Issue passbook from bank or post office
Passport
Pension document
Service ID card issued to Central Government, State Government and Public Limited Company employees
Water ID card
9. Will a photo ID be required at the time of registration?

Photo ID will be required at the time of registration. It will be verified at the time of vaccination.

10. What happens if no photo ID is presented at the place of vaccination?
Photo ID is required for registration and verification at the time of vaccination

11. If someone is taking medicine for a disease like cancer, diabetes, hypertension, will he be vaccinated?
Yes, a patient with this type of illness will fall into the high risk category. They need to be vaccinated.

12. When will antibodies develop?
Antibodies will develop two weeks after receiving the second dose of the corona vaccine.

13. Will there be side effects of the vaccine? What precautions need to be taken?

Corona vaccine will be introduced when safety is proven. Otherwise the vaccine will cause some symptoms like general fever or pain. State governments have been asked to take steps to address the side effects of the vaccine. The mask should be applied even after vaccination. Hands should be kept sanitized. Social distance must be observed.

14. Who will be selected after the arrival of various vaccines?
The vaccine will be selected based on the data from the clinical trial and will be licensed. It is important to ensure that a complete schedule of single vaccines is adopted. The dosage of the vaccine cannot be changed.


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