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Corona can also occur after being vaccinated ??

Bhaskar Explaner:Infections are also occurring after taking the corona vaccine; Find out what the experts have to say
There are reports from Bihar that 187 health workers who took two doses of Kovid-19 vaccine in Patna have tested positive. These people had taken the

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second dose just a month ago. These people came back positive even though the second dose was supposed to become antibody 14 days later. In this regard, Bihar health department officials said that the risk of infection remains the same even after vaccination.

All 45+ people in the country have been vaccinated since April 1. Yet the number of infections in the second wave of corona is increasing. New cases in Bihar have raised concerns. In such a situation many questions are also being raised, such as- is the vaccine really not effective in preventing infection? 

After how many days is the vaccine finally giving protection from the virus? Is there any benefit to getting vaccinated? Let's know all this from experts ...transplant.

Is coronary infection likely to occur after vaccination?

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Yes. Each vaccine has its own efficacy, as evidenced by the Phase-3 clinical trials conducted among
thousands of people. This determines the extent to which the vaccine can protect against the virus.

efficacy of covacin used in India is 81%, so if one has taken this vaccine, the chances of getting an 
infection are reduced to 81%. This means that the infection will not occur after the vaccine is given. 
Similarly the efficiency of Covishield ranges from 62% to 80%. It depends on the difference between 
the two doses.entered.


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Vaccine Expert Dr. According to Chandrakant Lahariya, the virus can be infected even after taking the 
vaccine. This does not prove that the vaccine is bad. The good news is that those who have been 
vaccinated will not have serious symptoms. 

No hospitalization is even required. The infection will be 
like a common cold-fever. However, in the case of Bihar, it is not uncommon to come across so many 
positive cases in a single city. The vaccine may have had a cold chain break, reducing its effectiveness. 
It has to be investigated, only then can something be said with the claim.

Internal Medicine Consultant at Aster CMI Hospital, Bengaluru. Vrinda says it is possible for someone 

to become a victim of corona even after vaccination. For the same reason we are advising people to 
take precautions related to corona even after being vaccinated by a medical professional.

In how many days does the vaccine usually start working?

According to FAQs from the Union Ministry of Health, the effect of the vaccine is effective 14 days after the second dose, meaning that the body then has enough antibodies to fight the virus. The two doses of covexin are spaced 28 days apart, while the two doses of covachield are spaced 6 to 8 weeks apart.

So it is straightforward that if two doses of covacin are taken with an interval of 28 days then the effect of the vaccine on the body can be expected to start after the 42nd day. Also, if Covishield is applied at an interval of 42 to 56 days, the effect starts after 56 to 70 days.

Dr. According to Lahariya, if two doses of Kovishield are kept at 12-week intervals, its effectiveness remains at a maximum of 80%. That's why the government last month decided to increase the gap between the two doses of Covishield, otherwise the vaccine would have been given after a gap of 28 days.

Dr. According to Vrinda, after the first dose, the immune response starts and in 2-3 weeks the immunity starts developing. After a few weeks the immunity begins to weaken, which we increase by giving a booster dose. Immunity depends on the health of the patients. Even if the effectiveness of the vaccine is 80%, 2 out of 10 people are at risk of infection.

How to know if the vaccine has made antibodies in the body?

In fact, an antibody is a type of protein that recognizes a virus and prepares the body to fight it. If someone has a corona infection, they will also have antibodies in their body. Its levels can vary from person to person. According to international standards, 10-1000 IU (International Unit) antibodies are considered good protection against the virus.

Not every vaccine has the same effect on all people. Just as the five fingers are not the same, so the body of all is not the same. According to scientists, it does not take long for a vaccine to take a dose and for the body to become an antibody to fight the virus.

Thus, the level of antibodies in the body after recovery from a corona infection or after vaccination can be checked by antibody test. These tests are done in pathology labs, but they are expensive. This test shows if there are enough antibodies in the body.
Antibody production may be disrupted in some people due to a complication. Genetic and chromosomal mismatch in some people also affects antibody production. This does not mean that the vaccine will not work on your body.

... so should everyone do this test?

So it is good to have an antibody test. This shows the effect of the immune response on the body after vaccination, but it does not need to be done. You do not need to be checked by your doctor or a specialist.
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Even then if you have an antibody test at your level it is important to know that this test is not foolproof. Some experts are concerned that antibody tests available in the market are not able to bring out the right picture. If it is to be used on a large population, it will be a costly task.

It is best for you to take two doses at regular intervals. Take the necessary precautions and keep clean. You will get the necessary protection against the deadly virus

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