Attempts have been made to answer questions about the corona vaccine in the minds of the general public. When will the vaccine be available in India? Which vaccine will be chosen? Will everyone get it or not? Will vaccination be mandatory? That the vaccine is safe? We have tried to answer such questions.
Answer: Corona vaccine tests are in the final stages. The Government of India is in the final stages of preparing to vaccinate Covid-19.
Answer: The vaccine will be available to the general public only after the vaccine is approved by the regulatory body.
Answer: The Government of India has selected some groups according to the availability of vaccines. They will be vaccinated for the first time. Because they are more insecure. The first group includes corona warriors working as health care and frontline workers. In the second group, those above 50 years of age with comorbidities
Answer: The drug regulatory body is examining reports on vaccine tests. Vaccines that are more safe and effective will be licensed. Both the vaccines are good and providing enough protection against the corona Virus, However, take the full dose of the same vaccine, not two different doses.
Answer: There will be two doses of vaccine. There will be a gap of 28 - 55 days between the two doses, depending on Vaccine.
Answer: No, registration for the Covid-19 vaccine is mandatory. Only then will the location and time of the vaccine be stated. Cowin App or Arogya Sethu Apps are registering for vaccines.
Answer: Antibodies begin to develop two weeks after the second dose of the vaccine.
Answer: After online registration, you will be able to see the Vaccination Centers in your area, you can book your appointment in any of the centers.
Answer: Yes, the vaccine coming to India will be as effective as other countries. Currently, there are two Vaccines that are available in India. First, one is Covishild manufactured by Serum Institute Of India and the second one is Covaxin manufactured by Bharat Biotech.
Answer: Any of the following identity cards will be considered for registration 1) Aadhar Card 2) Pan Card 3) Passport 4) Driving License 5) or any other Govt approves Identity card with your age or date of birth mentioned on it.
Answer: Vaccination for Covid-19 may be optional, but it is important to get vaccinated to protect yourself and your loved ones from the corona.