Last Updated on January 18, 2021 by The Health Master
The union minister said, someone who had an adverse reaction to a previous C-19 vaccine dose or allergic to any other vaccine, pregnant women and lactating mothers should not take C-19 jabs.
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In a tweet, the health minister said on Friday, for now, if you belong to any of following categories, you should avoid C-19 vaccination:
1. Had a reaction to previous C-19 Vaccine dose.
2. Are allergic to any vaccines, injectable therapies, pharmaceutical products and food items.
3. Pregnant/Suspected Pregnant.
4. Lactating Mothers
In another tweet, Harsh Vardhan also explains that people who had recently contracted C-19 or had been hospitalised recently (for any illness) should delay taking the jab for 4 to 8 weeks.
And, also he states, C-19 vaccine should not be co-administered with other vaccines. If required, administering of C-19 vaccine and other vaccines should be separated by an interval of at least 14 days.
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