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2nd dose Vaccine after being Covid +
I had tested Covid positive for the first time on 19th April 2021. After that I took my 1st dose of covinshield vaccine on 25th October 2021. Followed by that my 2nd dose is scheduled on 17th January 2022. However, I have tested positive for Covid again on 5th January 2022 and have recovered as well. My D-dimer report is 0.68 (0.50 is the max limit) and ESR is 33. Rest of the reports are almost normal. Can I take my 2nd dose of vaccine previously scheduled on 17th Jan 2022?
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2 nd dose is advisable after 90 days of recovery
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You have to wait for at least  3 months after your recovery from Covid 19. So you should get your second dose by 21 March.
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After 3 mnths you can take second dose
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You can. Now we are encouraging 3rd dose also.
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