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Covid vaccination after dog bite
I have been bitten by a stray dog on May 14. I have taken dog bite vaccination as per the precautions as 0-3-7-28 pattern. My last dose of vaccination was on june-12. Its been nearly 3 months of my last dose. Today's situation is so danger that corona virus is spreading every where. I haven't taken even a single dose of covid vaccination. Can I take covid-19 vaccination now..?? Or will there be any problems due to anti rabbies vaccination.
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Yes you can get vaccinated
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You can go ahead with vaccination . Although cases of covid 19 have declined but taking vaccine is to make you and your family safe from getting serious illness.
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Take all precautions , wear mask all the time.
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If in perfectly healthy and sound condition . Can take covid vaccine
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Yes go ahead and get vaccinted
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