Allergists Told Russians About The "general Rule" When Vaccinating Against COVID-19

Allergists Told Russians About The "general Rule" When Vaccinating Against COVID-19
Allergists Told Russians About The "general Rule" When Vaccinating Against COVID-19

Video: Allergists Told Russians About The "general Rule" When Vaccinating Against COVID-19

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The general rule for vaccination against coronavirus is that allergy sufferers are not vaccinated during an exacerbation of an allergy. Nadezhda Loginina, an immunologist-allergist, told about this, reports URA.RU.

According to Loginina, the vaccine is contraindicated for allergy sufferers also during the flowering period. She clarified that the vaccineers will help the patient make sure that the drug is already acceptable, and added that if the allergy is not in the acute stage, then vaccination is not prohibited.

Allergologist-immunologist Vladimir Bolibok, in a conversation with URA.RU, confirmed Loginina's words. He explained that the vaccine can provoke an exacerbation of the disease, so it is forbidden to do it for allergy sufferers during flowering. The specialist added that if you are allergic to vaccination, you should also not be vaccinated to avoid Quincke's edema or anaphylactic shock.

Earlier, the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova said that the epidemiological process in Russia has begun to decline, and this is a good time for vaccination against coronavirus. According to her, in order to prevent further development of infectiousness, the vaccination should be done as quickly as possible.

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