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Debunking Myths about COVID-19 Vaccine!

Debunking Myths about COVID-19 Vaccine!

  • June 19, 2021

The ministry of health of India has already clarified a lot of Myths about the COVID-19 Vaccines. Wwe intend to help you make a wise decision so that you can be safe in the longer run. Let’s Discuss some of them below! 

Myth: The COVID-19 vaccine is unsafe because it was developed so quickly.

COVID-19 vaccines have been developed without compromising quality, safety and effectiveness. It may appear they have been developed very quickly, but researchers around the world have been working hard to develop COVID-19 vaccines from the earliest stages of the pandemic

Myth: The COVID-19 vaccine will alter my DNA.

No, COVID-19 vaccines do not alter your DNA.It never enters the nucleus, and cannot affect or combine with our DNA in any way to change our genetic code. 

Myth: The COVID-19 vaccine has severe side effects such as allergic reactions.

An immediate allergic reaction happens within 4 hours of getting vaccinated and may include symptoms such as hives, swelling, and wheezing (respiratory distress). 

Myth: The COVID-19 vaccine causes infertility in women.

There is no data that the COVID-19 vaccines may cause infertility and no credible scientific theories to support this statement. 

Myth: I’ve already been diagnosed with COVID-19, so I don’t need to receive the vaccine.

Experts say a person who’s had COVID-19 still needs to get vaccinated against the disease.

Myth: Once I receive the COVID-19 vaccine, I no longer need to wear a mask.

You have to wear the mask because you can still be contagious to others! The vaccine does not make you free to live without the mask.

Myth: You can get COVID-19 from the vaccine.

No. None of the authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines contain the live virus that causes COVID-19. This means that a COVID-19 vaccine cannot make you sick with COVID-19.

Radix Healthcare is a part of the Largest Vaccination Drive being held in India, so register yourself now! 

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