Tue. Oct 19th, 2021

People are although are actively participating in vaccination drive program but still have lot’s of doubts in their mind.

Here some of these questions are being answered by the experts with full fledged explanation.

  1. I was infected with Corona virus already, should I get the vaccine even after curing from COVID 19?

Definitely one after getting infected naturally with corona virus will have antibodies against this disease. But no body is sure that how long will this immunity last. One might have got infected in the previous year and now they might be again vulnerable to disease as it is yet unclear how long this natural immunity lasts.

Hence, vaccines are extremely powerful even if one had previous exposure to the virus or not. It was also seen that people who are vaccinated after getting the infection showed better immunity than those who are vaccinated but never had this disease.

Not only this but the decreasing cases with increasing vaccination shows that vaccines are definitely helping to overcome this pandemic.

  1. If I get Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine will I get blood clots?

The side effects are definitely one should think of before getting the vaccination. But when it comes to adverse reactions, J & J’s vaccine had cause blood clots in few people but it is very rare as well. Around 20 cases of blood clots are seen after administrating 9 million doses. And mostly these blood clots were seen in women of age between 18 to 45. And symptoms are rare like headache, blurred vision, shortness of breath etc.

If still you have doubts you can consult your clinician before taking the jab.

  1. Can vaccine cause sever adverse Reactions?

Generally there are reactions one can see after getting the jab. But side effects are referred to something that might happen unexpectedly. Since after getting the jab its common to have symptoms like pain and redness in the arm, headache, vomiting, chills and fever.

But these symptoms usually subside within a day or two.

Hence, vaccines are completely safe and quite effective against this virus.


By Gaby Lewis

Gabby is a postgraduate in biotechnology and has an immense interest in following technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Chess player. He is responsible for handling the office staff writers and providing them with the latest updates happenings in the world of technology.

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