Coronavirus: If someone is infected with corona, should one get the vaccine? know from a specialist

Coronavirus: If someone is infected with corona, should one get the vaccine? know from a specialist

Like many other countries, the vaccination campaign against Corona is going to start in India on January 16. However, the best thing here is that the recovery rate of the Kovid-19 epidemic in the country has been 96.43 percent, which means that people are recovering fast. Apart from this, the rate of deaths due to coronavirus in India is also 1.44 percent, which is much lower than in most countries in the world. Since the vaccination is about to begin, but there are still many questions related to the vaccine, which people are hardly aware of. Let’s know from the expert the answers to some such important questions …If someone is infected, should they get vaccinated?Dr. Rajendra K. of Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi Dhamija says, ‘If anyone is infected, first follow the rules of home isolation. If hospitalized, be under the supervision of doctors. As long as they are infected, do not go out at all, because there is a risk for others. So do not go for vaccination.How does the vaccine-making viral vector platform work?Dr. Rajendra K. Says Dhamija, ‘In this, the RNA messenger of SARS Kovid-19 virus is inserted in its genome carrying the harmless virus. Then this harmless (harmless) virus is injected into the body, which tells our cells to make spike proteins. Again, antibodies are made in our body against it and in that case, the real Kovid virus is not able to affect the body even when attacked.How does RNA vaccine work?Dr. Rajendra K. Dhamija explains, ‘Many vaccines have been made so far by messenger RNA technology, but not a single one has been approved. This is the first RNA vaccine approved, created by Moderna and Pfizer. It extracts RNA from the virus’s genome and injects it into the body. This messenger RNA code instructs our cells to make spike proteins. Our bodies then make antibodies against that spike protein. Then when the virus attacks, the antibody is able to fight it. ‘What would you say about the vaccination campaign in the country?Dr. Rajendra K. Says Dhamija, ‘The world’s largest vaccination campaign will start in our country from 16 January. But keep in mind, continue to follow the rules to avoid Kovid-19, even if the vaccine is installed. It is a huge campaign and it will take time also. ‘