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Vaccination for 14 yrs old
My daughter aged 14, had covid positive during October end of 2021, is that okay to take covaxin on tomorrow, please suggest.
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Children between 15 and 18 years age are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Wait for the child to be 15 yrs old and then go for vaccine. Also minimum gap of 3 months is needed after recovery before elacchre can be given.
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Consultation needed for further evaluation and treatment guidelines
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As far as i am aware vaccination is only started for 15y to 17y. However with respect to your question, if infected in October and recovered well, then no problem in taking vaccine in January. Please check with local authorities regarding vaccination rules.
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Take vaccine after 3 month post covid so u can calculate and take dose accordingly
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Consultation needed. Consult personally on Practo app or 8318469_886
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