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Covid vaccine post covid
I recovered from covid like 1.5 months ago. ( Tested positive on April 9). Is it safe to take vaccine now? Govt advises to wait 3 months. But I may need to travel abroad in couple months. So pls suggest what's better
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Kindly take the vaccination three months following recovery.  If vaccination is done prior to this period, the effectiveness of the vaccine will be reduced owing to the cross reaction of the vaccine components with existing antibodies. The vaccine does not fully prevent infection by the COVID-19 virus. However it drastically reduces the chances of severe life threatening consequences and death due to COVID-19.
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Wait for 3 months according to recent guidelines
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Take healthy diet which help to increase immunity like citrus fruits, take lots of fluids. for more guidance or have any doubts take online consultation
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wear mask , wash hand regularly , maintain social distancing
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You Need to Stick to Guidelines
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Please take After 3 months to have Good Immunity
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Immunity is First rather than Travel
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As per guidelines 3 months.
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