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When to take Vaccine
Hello This is Ramesh I got covid negative on May 18th so when can I take vaccine.some are saying you take vaccine now I heard after tested negative minimum 3 months should wait. Can any one please give me correct info. Thanks
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90 days post recovery you can take the vaccine
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Yes, you have to wait for 3 months post covid recovery for getting vaccinated.
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Yes after covid infection atleast you hv to wait for 3 months to take the vaccine. even if you are tested negative right now.
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If you were infected in May, you need to wait three months to take the vaccine. You can get vaccinated in August.
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