Delays in taking the second dose of the corona vaccine not only allow the food supply to be more widely distributed in the body, but also increase the time lag in the second dose to increase immunity. The interval between meals is not harmful but beneficial.
New research shows that when the second vaccine is given too late, the antibodies ready to fight the virus increase.
The limited supply of vaccines and people in countries waiting for the vaccine are hesitant and various rumors are circulating. It is better to double or triple the interval between the first and second vaccine doses.
Scientists have now confirmed this.
In Singapore, the first three weeks of the vaccine interval have now been reduced to six to eight weeks. The aim is to provide at least one dose of the vaccine to the entire population over the age of 18 by August. And the interval between the second dose has been increased to 12 to 16 weeks. By the time vaccination began in 2020, there was no evidence to guarantee a long-term diet.
Countries then began vaccinating the most at-risk populations and guaranteeing them a second dose. The UK first removed these barriers on a large scale by the end of 2020. Research shows that the first shot affects the immune system, which in turn begins to produce antibodies that protect against the virus.
The longer and stronger this reaction is allowed, the better the response to the second booster shot that comes weeks or months later. On the other hand, the third wave will affect children in particular. There is no evidence of this. Most children with Covid-19 infection will develop severe disease in the third wave. It has been warned that if we do not continue the vaccine against Covid after the second wave is over, the third wave is possible. Influence other non-exceptional people as well.
According to a UNICEF report, Covid-19 data were compiled from 100 countries from January 2020 to March 2021, with 11 million (13%) of the 80 million cases of coronary heart disease currently affecting children. In addition, more than 6,800 children and adolescents died of Covid-19 in 78 countries. Official data collected between January 1 and April 21 revealed that some countries About 12% of the 5.6 million confirmed cases of covid in the U.S. were found to be under the age of 20.
Multi-system inflammatory syndrome infection can affect children. In some countries, the vaccine is not approved for use in anyone under 18 years of age.
People with diabetes, hypertension, cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, thyroid disease, immunosuppression, etc., should be vaccinated because they are at higher risk for the virus.
Such people should be told what medications they are taking when taking the vaccine. However, a person who is allergic to the first dose of the vaccine should not take the second dose. People who have a fever, cough, cold, etc. They should not get the vaccine until they are completely cured. People with impaired blood flow, such as low platelets, or if they are taking a blood thinner If so, they should inform the health officer before taking the vaccine.