Corona patients should be vaccinated only after 6 months of recovery – Central
When should corona-infected patients take the vaccine dose?
This question has often arisen in the minds of people suffering from the virus, for which the government panel has given its recommendation.
The government panel says that corona patients should take their first dose of the vaccine only 6 months after recovery.
News agency PTI has given this information by quoting sources. Meanwhile, bovine manufacturing company Bharat Biotech has been approved for the second clinical trial of vaccines for people between the ages of 2 to 18 years. This approval has been given by the Drugs Controller General of India.
Apart from this, the panel also recommended the difference between the first and second doses of Covishield from 12 to 16 weeks.
Earlier this difference was said to be kept for 6 to 8 weeks only. The panel made this recommendation at a time when there is a shortage in the supply of Corona vaccine across the country.
In many states of the country, vaccination of people between the age of 18 to 44 years has been affected due to this.
Earlier in March, the central government had said that the difference between the first and second doses of the Serum Institute of India vaccine should be increased from 28 days to 6 to 8 weeks.
Earlier on the Corona patients, experts had advised that they should not take the vaccine for at least one month.
Even though nothing has been said about the new recommendations from the panel, but some people can see this by adding to the shortage of the vaccine.
Vaccination has been affected in the last few days in several states including Maharashtra, Delhi.