Coronavirus: What happens if you postpone your second vaccination appointment for Covaxin?

Vaccination campaigns for people aged 18 and over began in the first week of May, and now many of those who received Covaxin are said to be getting their second dose of vaccine. , the current scarcity and availability of vaccines has created fear of needlessly skipping the second dose. Unlike single-dose vaccines, all approved coronavirus vaccine vaccines must be injected in two spaced apart doses.

Build up a sufficient immune response in the body, the second dose helps to strengthen it and also creates memory B cells that “remember” the response. Therefore, a person will not be considered fully vaccinated and protected until they have received two full doses of the vaccine in a given period of time. Note that maximum immunity usually takes up to 14 days after the dose to work and keep you safe from coronavirus.

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