What you need to know after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine in Vietnam
On July 10, the Vietnamese government announced a campaign to provide COVID-19 vaccines for all individuals 18 years and older in Vietnam from July 2021 to April 2022.
The Vietnamese government announced that there will be no discrimination between Vietnamese citizens and foreigners during the COVID-19 vaccination campaign. Everyone, whether or not in a defined priority group, foreigners and Vietnamese citizens alike, will have access to COVID-19 vaccines as soon as more of these vaccines are available in Vietnam.
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Currently, there are many types of COVID-19 vaccines, some people want to choose and wait for the vaccine they want.
However, health experts recommend that people should get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible with whatever vaccine is available locally. The sooner herd immunity is achieved, the safer you are during the pandemic.
Here are tip by UNICEF you may need to know after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine in Vietnam.
Stay for monitoring. The health care provider should observe you for about 15 minutes after the vaccine is administered to make sure you don’t have any immediate reactions. However, it is extremely rare for severe health reactions.
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Be prepared for some side effects. Vaccines are designed to give you immunity without the dangers of getting the disease. While it’s normal to build immunity without side effects, it’s also common to experience some mild-to-moderate side effects that go away within a few days on their own.
Some of the mild-to-moderate side effects you may experience after vaccination include:
- Arm soreness at the injection site
- Mild fever
- Muscle or joint aches
If any symptoms continue for more than a few days or if you experience a more severe reaction, then contact your health care provider immediately.
Be patient. Building immunity takes time. You will be considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your second dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, 15 days after your second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine or two weeks after the single-dose J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine.
Keep yourself and others safe. While these vaccines are showing to be highly effective at protecting people against serious illness from COVID-19, we’re still learning about whether it is possible for a vaccinated person to still spread the virus, even without symptoms. Therefore, it is important to continue practicing safety precautions to protect yourself and others, including avoiding crowded spaces, physical distancing, hand washing and wearing a mask .
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