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Inactivated Novel Coronavirus Vaccine,
Trial Novel Coronavirus Vaccine,
Inactivated COVID 19 Vaccine
1. What is a vaccine
Vaccines are autoimmune preparations made from pathogenic microorganisms and their metabolites through artificial attenuation, inactivation, or genetically modified methods to prevent infectious diseases. The vaccine retains the characteristics of pathogenic bacteria that stimulate the animal's immune system. When animals come into contact with this innocuous pathogen, the immune system will produce certain protective substances, such as immune hormones, active physiological substances, special antibodies, etc.; when the animal comes into contact with this pathogen again, the animal’s immunity The system will follow its original memory and create more protective substances to prevent pathogenic bacteria from harming.
2. Where is the new crown vaccine injected?
The vaccinated site of the new crown inactivated vaccine is in the deltoid muscle of the upper arm. The immunization program is 2 injections, and the interval between the 2 injections is 14-28 days.
3. Adverse reactions of new crown vaccine
After vaccination, some people may experience redness, swelling, induration, pain, etc., and some people will have symptoms such as fever, fatigue, nausea, headache, and muscle aches. The more serious abnormal reaction is anaphylactic shock, but the incidence is very low. . At present, more than 9 million people have been vaccinated in my country, and no serious adverse reactions have occurred.
4. People who are not suitable for vaccination
Pregnant and lactating women
Cancer patients and people with severe liver and kidney disease, diabetes, etc.
Acute phase of fever and infection
People with immunodeficiency and immune disorders
5. Can the elderly and children be vaccinated?
At present, the scope of vaccination is controlled within the age range of 18-59 years old. People below 18 years old and above 59 years old need to wait for further experimental data before vaccination.
6. The duration of antibody after vaccination
Current data show that antibodies can still maintain a high level 6 months after vaccination.
7. Can you sit back and relax after being vaccinated?
No, the protective effect of vaccination is not 100%, and it takes time to produce protective antibodies. Therefore, regardless of whether you have been vaccinated or not, you should actively respond to national epidemic prevention measures, insist on wearing masks, washing your hands frequently, avoid going to crowded places, reduce unnecessary outings, and pay attention to your own safety. If symptoms such as fever, cough, fatigue, etc. occur, go to the designated hospital for examination in time and avoid contact with large areas of people.
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