Covid Vaccine Experience, Is Covid Vaccine Safe?
No. I didn’t get the vaccine as I’m still in my early 20s. so, I’m not eligible but most of my family did.
My grandparents, My parents all got vaccinated.
Each one of them got the vaccine on different days so that we can monitor any side effects but from God’s grace & our talented medical team. Everyone in my family is safe.
My grandparents got the vaccine 8-6 weeks ago. My dad got it in the middle of March & my mom got it on April 1( she is 45+ this got eligible from April) luckily none of them had any side effects
But even if you do get a bit of fever or headache it is still normal ( if you want you can consult Dr)
My maasi got vaccinated recently & she did get a fever but she is absolutely okay now
Once you get the vaccine they will give you 2 tablets that you have to take. so that if you do have any side effects it will take care off
There are two types of Covid Vaccines In India
Covisheild & Covaxin & the one available in our area is Covisheild
Here are the details regarding Covid Vaccine Registration & The procedure
Covid Vaccine Registration & Requirements
It is available in both govt & private hospitals & it is completely free (only in govt hosp. as far as I know it is Rs 250/person in private hosp)
All you’ll be needing to get your Covid Vaccination is your Adhaar card
As far as I know currently covid Vaccine is provided to senior citizens & 45+
The process is really simple, once you get your covid vaccine you’ll be kept under monitoring for 30 minutes if you don’t show any problems, side effects you’ll be allowed to leave.
Also while leaving make sure to get their emergency helpline number. It doesn’t hurt to be cautious.
Other than this, it is pretty easy to get a vaccine & safe. So don’t worry
If you haven’t yet & if you can please go & get it. Covid Second Wave is around so it is better to be safe.
Another important but pretty obvious information. Please wear a mask when you go to get a vaccination, if you don’t they might not allow you to enter.
Make sure you are not on an empty stomach when you get your vaccine. although It is not mandatory nor any doctors have particularly advised this but from personal experience, I would strongly recommend you to have something before getting your covid-19 vaccine.
Because one, it is really safe to have something so that if the medicine is strong, your body can handle it
Secondly, you can’t decide how much time it will take to get your vaccine (based on crowd & availability) so better to go prepared
Main Important Thing
With or without vaçcine please make sure you follow covid guidelines
Wear a mask, wash your hands & do keep a safe distance
Just because you got vaccinated doesn’t mean you are invincible. You need to be careful as well
Be a chain breaker not chain former
This post isn’t sponsored or paid for. Just thought to share the info
Only the first phase of the vaccination is done, the next shots are at the end of April & May