Covid-19 Vaccine: Friends, as you know, many Covid-19 vaccines are available now in India, and since the corona vaccine has come, a lot of rumors have been spread that the vaccine can lead to death, which is wrong and also an issue was raised that which vaccine is suitable and which vaccine should we get in such a situation. People say which of these two corona vaccines is the best, what is the difference between them, what is their efficacy, and their side effects? We will try to know all these things in this post to read our post thoroughly.
Soon, children below 18 years may also start getting the corona vaccine in India. Zydus Cadila has sent the data related to the trial to the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). Now DCGI will decide on the approval for its emergency use. If this vaccine approves, it will be the fourth vaccine in India; the three vaccines currently which Inda is using in the country include Covishield, Covaxin, and Sputnik-V. Covishield and Covaxin were the first to be approved.
What is Covishield
Covid-19 Vaccine: Friends, as you know that people have started getting vaccines in our country, in such a situation, we should know which vaccine works really well and which vaccine we should take, let us tell you that Covishield this vaccine developed from a weakened version of the common cold-causing virus (adenovirus) in chimpanzees. However, when we take this injection into the body, it does not cause disease but protects us from diseases like corona and stimulates the immune system to make antibodies against the coronavirus, which makes us a little stronger against covid-19.
What is Covaxin
Covid-19 Vaccine: Covaxin is an inactivated vaccine, which is made from inactivating the virus that causes disease, that is, it cannot cause infection. When you will take this vaccine, it prepares the immune system to recognize the real virus and fight and eliminate it when infection occurs.
Efficacy of Covishield and Covaxin
Covid-19 Vaccine: Guys here we will tell you all the information on the effectiveness rate of these two vaccines. Please read this artical carefully and take any vaccine as soon as possible, so you will be fine from coronavirus. You can get Covaxin & covishield from vaccination center, you just need to register online to take vaccines and let me tell you that In June, a study published in the pre-print journal MedRxiv claimed that those receiving the CovaShield vaccine had higher antibody levels than those taking the Covaxin vaccine.
During a study conducted on a total of 515 health workers divided into two groups, it was found that up to 95 percent of employees in both groups developed antibodies, and this rate was 98 in those taking Covishield and 80 percent in those taking Covaxin. Experts say that even though the level of antibody production from these two vaccines is different, both are effective vaccines. Below you will find all the information about injecting Covishield; please read it carefully.
Carefully read the following explanations, which are as follows
|If you apply it in a phase|
3 study with Covaxin, it will have a
78% to 100% effect.
|If you use this Kovid injection, the effect is 70% to 90%.|
|These injections only apply|
to people over 18 years old.
|Covishield only applies to persons over 12 years of age.|
|The injection should only|
be performed under medical
supervision and do not use anything
without medical advice.
|We ask that you only use this vaccine|
under the supervision of doctors
and follow the advice of doctors.
|This injection is given to you for 46 weeks.||You should take a full two or two weeks|
after 4 to 8 weeks of this
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Side Effects of Covishield and Covaxin
Covid-19 Vaccine: Friends, as you know, since the corona vaccine has come and since the government has started the campaign to vaccinate people, till now there are many people who have this in their mind that if we take the vaccine, then we get Some disease, something will happen, or the government wants to kill us by the vaccine, But friends, there is nothing like this. Let us tell you that it is very important to take the vaccine, and by taking the vaccine, your body will become even stronger so that it can fight other diseases like corona, so we request you to get the corona vaccine as soon as possible.
Experts say that the side effects of both Covishield and Covaxin are almost the same. These side-effects include pain and swelling at the injection site, mild fever, headache, and pain in the extremities. However, there is absolutely no need to panic about these side effects. These problems last for 1-2 days and go away on their own, but if there is more problem, then consult a doctor and take medicines.
Cost of Covaxin & Covishield In Private Hospitals
Let us inform you that at present, the cost of Covaxin in private hospitals is Rs 1200 per dose and the cost of Covishield is Rs 780 per dose. These prices include a service charge of Rs 150. Both these vaccines have got only emergency approval in the country, but later both vaccines got approval from WHO.
People can not buy and get the vaccine outside of the market, and they will get it only in hospitals and designated vaccination centers. Covid-19 of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization on January 19 recommended the approval of Covishield and Covaxin for adults with certain conditions.
Serum Institute of India Director (Government and Regulatory Affairs) Prakash Kumar Singh had on October 25 submitted an application to the Drugs Controller General of India, seeking approval for the regular market launch of the Covidshield vaccine.
At the same time, a few weeks ago, Bharat Biotech’s whole-time director V Krishna Mohan presented complete information on the chemical formulation and control, along with pre-clinical and clinical data, seeking regular market launch of Covaxin. Let us inform you that on January 3 last year, the anti-Covid-19 vaccines Covaxin and Covishield got approval for emergency use in the country; however, later, both the vaccines got approval by WHO.
Uses of Covaxin
Doctors and nurses give 0.5 ml of CoviShield vaccine or Covaxin vaccine to a person’s upper arm. You can take Covaxin in two doses, as there should be a gap of 30 days. Both vaccines are stored at a temperature between 2 and 8 °C.
Uses of Covishield
Doctors and nurses give 0.5 ml of CoviShield vaccine or Covaxin vaccine to a person’s upper arm. You can take Covishield in two doses which are 84 days or 12 to 14 weeks. Both vaccines are stored at a temperature between 2 and 8 °C.
Covaxin or Covishield [FAQ]
Composition of Covishield includes inactivated adenovirus with segments of Coronavirus, Aluminium Hydroxide Gel, L-Histidine, L-Histidine Hydrochloride Monohydrate, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate, Polysorbate 80, Ethanol, Sucrose, Sodium Chloride, and Disodium Edetate Dihydrate (EDTA). Composition of Covaxin includes inactivated Coronavirus, Aluminum Hydroxide Gel, TLR 7/8 Agonist, 2-Phenoxyethanol and Phosphate Buffered Saline [NKA1]
Yes, you can register on the Co-WIN portal using any of the following ID proofs: a. Aadhaar card b. Driving License c. PAN card d. Passport e. Pension Passbook f. NPR Smart Card g. Voter ID (EPIC)
Citizens aged 45 years and above can schedule appointments online or walk into vaccination centers. Citizens aged 18-44 years should mandatorily register themselves and schedule appointments online before vaccination. However, all citizens are recommended to register online and schedule vaccination in advance for a hassle-free vaccination experience.
With positive sentiments about the vaccine is just over 45%, the Indian government needs to focus especially on addressing the fear of vaccines before implementing the process of mass vaccination, however now people in our the country there has been awareness among the people, and they are getting vaccines on a large scale.
With positive sentiments about the vaccine is just over 45%, the Indian government needs to focus especially on addressing the fear of vaccines before implementing the process of mass vaccination, however now people in our the country there has been awareness among the people, and they are getting vaccines on a large scale, and greater availability will help people in India, as well as abroad, to make a more informed choice.
Factors before choosing a vaccine can depend on a person’s age, prerequisites, and financial outlook. If you have any further questions or comments about the vaccines, please leave them in the comments section below. We will make every effort to respond to all of your questions and concerns as soon as possible.