In The Center Of Gamaleya Told About The Steps Before Vaccination Against COVID-19

In The Center Of Gamaleya Told About The Steps Before Vaccination Against COVID-19
In The Center Of Gamaleya Told About The Steps Before Vaccination Against COVID-19

Video: In The Center Of Gamaleya Told About The Steps Before Vaccination Against COVID-19

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Before vaccination against COVID-19, you need to take several preparatory steps: pass a PCR test and blood for antibodies to coronavirus, said Elena Burtseva, the head of the Gamaleya center. Her words are reported by Ura.ru.

It is best to do this one day before the procedure, she added. Before vaccination, the person must be healthy and free from fever, as well as symptoms of respiratory diseases.

Allergist Vladimir Bolibok also noted that pregnancy is a contraindication to Sputnik V vaccination. "Immunity to coronavirus will develop three weeks after the second dose, so for all six weeks it is necessary to maintain a mask and glove regime and social distance," he said.

Earlier, the head of the Gamaleya Center, Alexander Gintsburg, said that a person vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine could get the virus with a four percent probability. If the vaccinated person nevertheless becomes infected, the disease will proceed in him in a much milder form: in the form of a runny nose, cough and low fever.

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