The first of the two doses of the new crown vaccine was given on 7.18, but the second dose has not been given yet, do I need to give it again?I've been working overtime and didn't have time to do it.
Neocrown vaccine, an inactivated Neocrown virus vaccine, and adenovirus vector vaccine, recombinant vaccine, cannot be administered if you have acute liver or kidney disease, fever, allergic disease, or epilepsy.
New crown vaccination generally after the first shot, within three months, you need to vaccinate the second shot, usually about half a month to a month, the effect is better, therefore, you are currently vaccinated with the new crown vaccine, not more than three months, do not need to re-vaccination, the normal vaccination of the second shot, you can.
According to the consultation, two doses of inactivated New Crown vaccine are required for vaccination.The best interval between the first and second dose is 21 days, and the maximum interval between the second dose should not exceed 56 days.You currently have a two-month interval between the second dose.It is recommended that you receive the second vaccination in a timely manner and do not need to be revaccinated.
There is no need to re-vaccinate, just get the second shot directly. Observe yourself for half an hour after vaccination before leaving, and don't overexert yourself after vaccination, because some people will have local swelling and feverish reactions.