[q]When do you consider yourself fully vaccinated?[/q]
[ans]Because only two-dose vaccines are being given in India, according to the US CDC, two weeks after taking the second dose of vaccine, you can consider yourself fully vaccinated.[/ans]
[q]Am I still in danger?[/q]
[ans]The CDC says indoor and outdoor activities pose minimal risk to fully vaccinated people.[/ans]
[q]Can I still spread the virus?[/q]
[ans]Fully vaccinated people have a lower risk of transmitting SARS-CoV-2 to unvaccinated people, although the possibility remains.[/ans]
[q]Will we still have to wear masks?[/q]
[ans]According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, vaccinated people are no longer obliged to wear masks or stay six feet away from others, whether outdoors or indoors. At least eight countries, including the US, Denmark, Greece, France and Spain, have made masks mandatory, but India has not issued any such guidelines. Because the percentage of those who are fully vaccinated here is only nominal.
However, given that such people can still carry the virus and infect others, wearing a mask in public areas and maintaining a distance of six feet is recommended.[/ans]
[q]can i travel[/q]
[ans]Fully vaccinated people can avoid the test prior to domestic and international travel (unless required by the destination country) and will not need to be quarantined after their return to India. Travelers need to pay close attention to the situation in their international destinations before traveling due to the spread of new forms of the virus. It was recommended by the National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for COVID-19 (NEGVAC) and the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization in India (NTAGI) during a recent meeting with the Health Ministry.
Those who have already taken both their doses can avoid the Kovid test and quarantine during inter-state travel in India in the coming days. However, masks are still required on planes, buses, trains and other forms of public transport.[/ans]
[q]What should I do at large gatherings or outdoor public places?[/q]
[ans]Fully vaccinated individuals may not wear masks or maintain social distance when there are people outside a home or in a closed space who have not been fully vaccinated and none of them are at risk of COVID-19. can choose the option. Experts recommend that in case of outdoor seating arrangements where the environment is not controlled and strangers are likely to meet, wear a mask if people cannot maintain a distance. When out in public, such as at a grocery store, pharmacy, or other business, masks are required for almost everyone, whether you have been vaccinated or not.[/ans]
[q]what about work?[/q]
[ans]Masks are required in any place accessible to the public, regardless of a person’s vaccination status. For example, if you come in contact with different customers on business, or you provide community services where the general public can walk, masks are required in those places.[/ans]
[q]What if I come in contact with an infected person?[/q]
[ans]American health experts say that in cases in which the infected person does not have any symptoms, then there is no need to get the test done. If the infected person has symptoms of the disease then they also do not need to get tested. However, they will still have to follow COVID-appropriate behavior to reduce the chances of spreading the infection and, even after exposure, they will have to monitor for symptoms for 14 days.[/ans]
[q]Should I get tested if exposed to coronavirus?[/q]
[ans]For now, people who have had both vaccines are tested if they experience symptoms of COVID-19. If he is found positive in the Kovid-19 test in the last 10 days or is experiencing Kovid-19 symptoms, then he should avoid coming in public.[/ans]
[q]What do I do if I am experiencing symptoms of COVID-19?[/q]
[ans]Although the risk of getting infected with Kovid-19 for people who are fully vaccinated is low, but due to the new variants, the chances are increasing. Anyone who has been fully vaccinated and experiences symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should isolate themselves from others, monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and get tested when indicated. If you are showing full symptoms of infection, then in such a situation the person taking care and health worker should tell about your vaccination.[/ans]
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