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I have Little sore throat for five days, fever 99, spo2 98-99. rapid antigen came negative. Can I take vaccine?
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No let this subside first
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As RAT is not a confirmatory test, get the covid 19 RTPCR testing done
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U should get rtpcr confirm covid 19
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Yes you can definitely
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Pls get rtpcr done as rat may give false neg
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Dont get vaccinated.Get your RT PCR test done. Even if  RT pcr is negative, dont get vaccinated till your symptoms subside completely.
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Wait until you recover from fever and sore throat, if you are facing the same issues for more than 3 days get Rt-pcr done
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