Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine

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Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
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COVID-19 vaccines are safe, including for children ages 6 through 13 years

In United State, thousands of people have been vaccinated.

The COVID-19 vaccine has been the subject of intense health surveillance throughout the history of the United States. I will keep sending Find out how federal partners closely monitor vaccine safety.

There is growing evidence that these vaccines are safe and effective.

The COVID-19 vaccine uses scientific methods that have been around for decades.

Science conducted clinical trials before recommending the COVID-19 vaccine for children.

For some people, the COVID-19 vaccine does not cause side effects. Many people report side effects that affect their ability to function on a daily basis, but this should go away in a few days.

There is no proof that the COVID-19 vaccine causes productive problems.

The benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh the symptoms and potential risks. Adverse events such as allergic reactions, myocarditis and pericarditis are rarely reported.

Anyone who has been vaccinated with COVID-19 can participate in post-COVID-19 vaccination safety surveillance by enrolling children over the age of 5 for safe and comprehensive health care.

COVID-19 vaccines are effective

The COVID-19 vaccine is effective and can reduce the risk of being infected and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Read more about the different COVID-19 vaccines.

The COVID-19 vaccine can help children and adults become seriously ill, even if they are infected with COVID-19.

Although COVID-19 is generally milder in children than in adults, it can cause serious illness in children and requires hospitalization, and some children may die. Children with a basic medical affection have a higher risk of serious illness than children without a basic medical affection.

Vaccinating children over the age of 5 can protect them from serious short- and long-term complications.

By vaccinating everyone 5 years of age or older, you can help protect your family or community, whether it is a friend or relative who is not eligible for the vaccination, or someone who has been vaccinated. High risk of serious COVID-19 infection.

Delta option

Delta strains are spreading rapidly and causing more infections than the previous form of the virus that causes COVID-19. Non-vaccinated people can cause more serious illnesses than before.

The vaccine continues to reduce the risk of contracting the virus that causes COVID-19, including this type.

Vaccines are extremely effective in preventing hospitalization and death, including this option.

People who are fully vaccinated with a breakthrough infection caused by this mutation become infected in a very short time.

To reduce the spread of this option, get vaccinated and wear masks in public.

Once perfectly vaccinated, people can start doing further

When children and adults are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, many of the activities that preceded the infection can be resumed.

The CDC recommends wearing a mask in a public place if the fully vaccinated person is in an area where the rate of infection is high or high.

o People who have been fully vaccinated can choose a stomach regardless of the level of infection. This is especially true if you or someone in your family is compromising the immune system, there is a higher risk of serious illness, or if your family has not been vaccinated. People at high risk of serious illness include the elderly and people with certain diseases such as diabetes, overweight, obesity and heart disease.

People are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after a secondary dose of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or 2 weeks after a dose of Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. You should continue to use all possible means to protect yourself and others until you are fully vaccinated.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine for people with a underlying disease or a weakened immune system.

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Children 5 years of age and older and eligible adults should be vaccinated regardless of whether they have COVID-19. Evidence suggests that people are better protected when fully vaccinated than in previous cases of COVID-19. One study found that people who have not already been vaccinated against COVID-19 are twice as likely to be infected with COVID-19 than those who have been fully vaccinated. Are

Learn more about the medical implications of the COVID-19 vaccine for the treatment of COVID-19 with a history of monoclonal antibodies or convoluted plasma or polylinergic inflammatory syndrome in adults and children.

COVID-19 is a risk to people who have not been vaccinated. Some people, including children infected with COVID-19, become seriously ill and may eventually be hospitalized. Others experience health problems for weeks or more after infection. These chronic health problems can persist in people who were asymptomatic at the time of the infection.

Immunity after COVID-19 vaccination

We are still researching the COVID-19 vaccine. The CDC will continue to review the evidence and update the guidelines as more information becomes available.

We do not know how long the immunization will last. However, we know that COVID-19 caused a very serious illness and many deaths. If you are infected with COVID-19, you are at risk of infecting loved ones who may become seriously ill. Vaccination against COVID-19 is a safe option.

People who are sick or who are taking drugs that weaken their immune system may not be completely safe even if they are fully vaccinated. Unless advised by your doctor, you should continue to take all precautionary measures for people who have not been vaccinated, such as wearing a proper mask.

The CDC recommends boosters for patients with moderate to severe immunodeficiency and boosters for certain groups of people.

People who are sick or who are taking drugs that weaken their immune system cannot be protected even if they are fully vaccinated. Unless advised by your doctor, you should continue to take all precautionary measures for people who have not been vaccinated, such as wearing a proper mask.

The COVID-19 vaccine cannot infect COVID-19 because it does not contain the live virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more about how the COVID-19  vaccine works.