Covid-19 Booster Dose: Know some important questions related to Booster Dose here

The third wave of Corona has created panic all over the world.

The havoc of Corona virus is reaching different levels in the whole world. Once again the infection rate has started gaining momentum from May 2021 onwards. Omicron, a new variant of Kovid-19 found in South Africa in November

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Covid-19 Booster Dose: Know some important questions related to Booster Dose here 

The third wave of Corona has created panic all over the world.

The havoc of Corona virus is reaching different levels in the whole world. Once again the infection rate has started gaining momentum from May 2021 onwards. Omicron, a new variant of Kovid-19 found in South Africa in November, is spreading all over the world. Mini lockdown and lockdown are being imposed once again according to the situation everywhere. In India also the third wave is at its peak.

Chances were being raised that after both doses of the Kovid-19 vaccine, the danger of corona would be averted. But the prospects look completely out of the way and with the third wave the third booster dose is standing in front.

From January 10, booster doses will be given to front line workers and those above 60 years of age. The government has already released the details of comorbidities certificate during the vaccination campaign. A total of 22 diseases are included in the government's comorbidities list. Some of which have been issued in the list -

1. Diabetes, kidney disease or dialysis
2. Cardiovascular disease
3. Stem Cell Transplant
4. Cancer
5. Cirrhosis
6. Sickle Cell Disease
7. Prolonged Use of Steroids
8. Immunosuppressant Drugs
9. Muscular Dystrophy
10. Acid Attack on Respiratory System
11. Disabled with High Support Needs
12. Multiple Disabilities like Deaf-Blindness
13. Hospitalized for two years with severe respiratory disease

Let us now know the common questions related to the booster dose, about which Kovid specialist Dr. Ravi Dosi is telling -

Which vaccine to take?
The booster dose is to take the same vaccine that you took the first two doses.

How many days gap should be kept between second dose and booster dose?
It is best if there is a gap of at least 9 months after the second dose.

Are the same precautions necessary during the booster dose as in the first and second doses?
Yes, during the booster dose also the same precautions have to be taken which were followed during the first and second dose. Do not get the vaccine empty stomach, go with a mask, rest after the vaccine.

Can I get fever even after a booster dose?
Yes, fever can occur even after the booster dose. You

How long will the antibodies last after the booster dose?
The antibodies will persist for 3 to 6 months after the booster dose.

Will the booster dose develop herd immunity in people?
No, Herd immunity has nothing to do with the booster dose. Herd immunity will happen only when everyone is infected. Herd immunity is that which develops naturally.

However, according to other experts, it cannot be called a booster dose. It is a kind of precocious dose.