Before applying Corona Vaccine, know the advice given by WHO

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-08 19:01:21 IST

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After taking the corona vaccine dose, the person should wait for some time there so that the health worker can see the effect of the vaccine on the person. The World Health Organization has said that everyone should take the Covid-19 vaccine.

Vaccination is also going on in the whole world as fast as the second and third waves of coronies are spreading in the whole world. Meanwhile, various rumors are also being spread about vaccine. Governments and world health organizations of all countries, including India, have also been repeatedly refusing to ignore such rumours.

The World Health Organization is constantly making essential information about vaccine and corona infection available to the whole world through its web portal and Twitter. Therefore, everyone should trust them and not come under rumors. In a tweet by WHO, people have been advised that after taking the vaccine of Kovid-19, one should stay at the vaccine center there for at least 15-30 minutes. On behalf of the organization, it has been said that it is necessary that the health worker can see the dosas on the person immediately.

After taking the first or second dose on some people from the organization, it can cause mild fever, pain, or reddening of the skin, which ends on its own after a few days. The organization's website has also been given information about which people need to consult the doctor before taking the vaccine to remove the doubts of the people about the vaccine.

It has been reported by the World Health Organization that the first dose of vaccine contains antigens and proteins that aid the formation of antibodies in the body. At the same time, the second dose is given as its booster, which decides that the resistance needed to fight the virus in the body is built and it continues to do the right thing. According to the WHO, it has also said to fix intervals between 21 to 42 days depending on the need for vaccine.

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