Can the new crown vaccine be vaccinated with other vaccines?
What are the precautions before and after vaccination?
According to past experience, inactivated vaccine can be inoculated with other vaccines at the same time. However, due to the lack of relevant research on the simultaneous vaccination of new crown vaccine and other vaccines, it is not recommended to vaccinate new crown vaccine and other vaccines at the same time. For those who have received other vaccines within 28 days, the new crown vaccine will be postponed.
Reminder: be sure to pay attention to the arrangement and reminder of local notice. Please bring your ID card and do a good job of personal protection when you go to the vaccination site.
Before vaccination, the vaccination doctor will ask about the health status, please tell the relevant information truthfully.
After inoculation, the patients should be observed on site for 30 minutes. Keep the injection site dry on the day of inoculation, pay attention to personal hygiene and arrange rest appropriately.
Avoid contact with known allergens and common allergens within one week after vaccination. Try not to drink alcohol, eat spicy or seafood food. It is recommended to have a light diet and drink more water.
At present, it is recommended to postpone the vaccination of new crown vaccine in the following situations:
Those who are allergic to any component of the vaccine and have had severe allergic reaction to the vaccine in the past, such as acute allergic reaction, urticaria, skin eczema, dyspnea, angioneurotic edema or abdominal pain;
Patients with fever, acute disease, severe chronic disease and acute onset of chronic disease;
Pregnant women and lactating women who have family planning within 3 months after vaccination;
Patients with history of convulsion, epilepsy, encephalopathy or mental illness or family history; patients with uncontrolled epilepsy and other progressive nervous system diseases, and patients with history of Guillain Barre syndrome;
Has been diagnosed with congenital or acquired immunodeficiency, HIV infection, lymphoma, leukemia or other autoimmune diseases;
Known or suspected to have severe respiratory disease, severe cardiovascular disease, liver and kidney disease, malignant tumor;
Immunomodulators such as antineoplastic drugs were used;
Patients with a history of new coronavirus infection;
Clinicians or vaccination staff think that it is not suitable for vaccination.
The specific instructions of the vaccine shall prevail.
So far, the protective effect of any vaccine can not reach 100%, and a few people may not produce protective effect or get sick after vaccination. At present, the population immune barrier has not been established. Therefore, after vaccination, it is still necessary to wear masks, wash hands frequently, open windows for ventilation, keep social distance and other personal protective measures.
Vaccination can reduce the risk of infection to a certain extent, but the protective effect of any vaccine can not reach 100%. When necessary, nucleic acid testing should be carried out with relevant departments.