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    Vaccination against coronavirus to be voluntary in India | Govt issues SOPs

    The Union Health Ministry has said getting vaccinated for COVID-19 for people in India will be voluntary, underlining that the vaccine introduced in the country will be as effective as any vaccine developed by other countries. All the major vaccine candidates are in the last stage of clinical trials in India and as said by none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it wouldn’t be too long to too wait for the vaccine

    The Union Health Ministry has stated that it was advisable to receive a complete schedule of the anti-coronavirus vaccine irrespective of past history of infection with COVID-19 as this will help in developing a strong immune response against the disease.

    It said that protective levels of antibodies generally develop two weeks after receiving the second dose.The ministry listed a series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday night and responded to questions like if taking a vaccine was mandatory, how long does it take for the antibodies to develop and if it was necessary for a COVID recovered person to take the vaccine.


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