Solve the question! Specialists tell the duration of antibody development against COVID-19 after getting injected the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Solve the question! Specialists tell the duration of antibody development against COVID-19 after getting injected the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Secretary of State Mrs. Dr. Or Vandin, spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health, said on March 26 that the Sinovac vaccine, the AstraZeneca vaccine, and the Sinopharm vaccine, when first injected, took some time to form a defense force, antibodies are not injected immediately. Therefore, a second injection is needed to stimulate the formation of antibodies in the human body, Mrs. Dr. Or Vandin said.

Separately; for those who have been vaccinated and become ill, Dr. Or Vandin confirmed that at the time of the first vaccination and did not form a defense force, and at this stage, if people do not continue to implement preventive measures, it makes possible for the COVID-19 virus to invade our body, and at that time our bodies could not cope with it, the possibility of infection, the possibility of illness, the possibility of death were all the time in the interval between vaccinations. For some people who get sick when the second dose is given immediately, Dr. Or Vandin also confirmed that our body needs time to stimulate the defense, so at this stage, the vaccine is not yet able to fight the COVID-19 virus. She, therefore, stated that before the vaccination, during the vaccination and after the vaccination, all of you must continue to implement (Three Don’t and Three Preventive Measures) to be as consistent as possible.  In this regard, Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director of the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), said that vaccination against COVID-19 is important for individuals to develop a better immune response to this disease. The senior pulmonologists also stressed that vaccines made in India would be as effective as some developed by other countries. He also answered questions such as whether vaccination against COVID-19 is needed, how long it takes to develop antibodies against the disease, and if so, who is cured, COVID-19 cannot be vaccinated. Guleria said that while receiving vaccination against COVId-19, either voluntarily or without a history of infection, it will help develop a better immune system response or immune system, and it takes longer 2 weeks for antibodies to emerge. However, you should be fully vaccinated to protect yourself from the disease and to end the spread of the disease for close contact with family members, friends, relatives and others.

Sourced: The Hindu