Post-Covid Vaccine Assessment
Now that you have taken the 1st dose of Covid-19 vaccine, you may experience fever, fatigue, headache, chills, myalgia, and arthralgia.
You may experience all of these or only some of these. The severity of the symptoms may vary for every individual. Information is currently very scarce in terms of knowing how effective the vaccine is among the population.
The post-introduction evaluation (PIE) tool is used to assess the effectiveness of a vaccine after it has been introduced in a country. To evaluate the patient, they’re kept in an observation room to see if -
- they’re getting a fever.
- their symptoms improve.
If their symptoms go away in 2 days, there’s no need to continue precautions. If not, they should be tested for SARS-CoV-2.
If they test positive, anyone who they’ve been in contact with for the last 14 days should be tested for Covid-19 too.
After getting the Covid-19 vaccine, people want to know whether they have developed antibodies against the Coronavirus. Through social media, antibody testing has gained a lot of attention and people are demanding to know how effective their vaccines are.
A lot of people are opting for antibody testing but they shouldn’t be surprised if they get a negative result. Learn why below -
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