Covid Precautionary Dose India: Approval can be given on mixed vaccine in precaution dose. 1 News Track English

Covid Precautionary Dose India: Precautionary dose will start in the country from January 10. It is possible that the third injection (Corona Virus Vaccine) is different from the first two injections. Such mix vaccination is being considered. A decision will be taken on this before January 10.

Vaccine means (Vaccine Ka Matlab) that the beneficiary is given doses of vaccines of different companies. Its purpose is to increase the efficacy of the vaccine and the protection it provides. It is also called interchangeability and interchangeable dosage regimen. Interchangeable dosage regimen is also being used in many countries including America.

At the same time, a study is going on in India on this. If it is approved in India, then the Precautionary Dose India may be of some other company. Vaccines of Covishield, Covaxin, Sputnik are being installed in India. So all three options will be available for mixing. Which vaccine will be chosen with whom, only these experts will decide.

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Who Will Take Precautionary Doses?

Precautionary doses will be given in India from January 10 to health workers, frontline workers and people over 60 years of age suffering from other diseases. Sick elderly people will be given this dose on the advice of their doctor. For this, they have to get a certificate of illness made from a registered doctor and give it. The Health Ministry has decided that a message will be sent to the elderly on their mobile numbers to remind them of the precautionary dose.

There have been many studies on mixed vaccines, in which the dosage of mixed vaccine is being said to be more effective. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) said in a joint statement that the combination of vector and mRNA vaccines may provide better protection against the coronavirus. According to the study published in the Lancet journal, giving a second dose of Novavax or Moderna nine weeks after the first dose of AstraZeneca or Pfizer can help build up stronger immunity in the body.

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