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Covid Vaccination In India

After a long struggle, the most awaited day had come, the Covid vaccine was launched on 16th January 2021. Covishield and Covaxin are the two vaccines which are approved by the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and illuminated that the vaccines are safe and would not induce major side effects. The two vaccines are being produced to vaccinate India against Covid-19.

Covishield Vaccine

It has been developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca with the Serum Institute of India.

Covaxin Vaccine

It has been produced under a collaboration between the Indian Council of Medical Research and Bharat Biotech.

The healthcare and frontline workers are in the first group who will get the vaccine first. People who are over 50 years of age and under comorbid conditions are the second group who will get the second shot. Covid vaccination in India is the highest vaccination drive when compared to many other countries. Within 26 days, India crossed 7 million vaccinations against Covid-19. The second doses of the vaccines to the frontline workers have started from February 13 to build immunity while the third phase of vaccination is expected to begin in March.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The covid vaccine induces some minor side effects.
● Mild Fever
● Swelling at the site of injection
● Pain at the site of injection
● Headache
● Allergy
● Fatigue

● Children (Less than 18 years old)
● people with allergies
● pregnant women and lactating women
● People with a known medical condition should consult a physician before getting the vaccination

No. The covid-19 vaccines cannot make you sick with Covid-19.

Yes. It is advisable to take the vaccine irrespective of the history of infection with Covid-19 because the vaccine will develop a strong immune response against the Coronavirus.

Yes. You should follow the safety measures even after getting Covid vaccine. While the vaccines appear to be effective at preventing disease, it might not prevent asymptomatic infection, which means vaccine recipients might still be able to get infected, but not have symptoms, therefore, they unwittingly spread the virus.

Be Well Hospitals ensures the vaccine is accessible and affordable for all.