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#ELLECovidResource: Everything You Need To Know About Getting Vaccinated

From dos and don'ts to busting myths

By Isha Mayer  May 4th, 2021

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Now that the government has announced that citizens between the age of 18-45 can get vaccinated, we’ve curated a list of all the information you should keep in mind about the COVID-19 vaccine. Whether it is understanding how the vaccine functions or the key aspects you should know before and after taking the jab, here’s all you need to know.

UNICEF’s Guide

Right from how you can register for your vaccination to the measures you need to take after you get your shot and even the plausible side effects, UNICEF answers it all.

 

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Here’s A Guide That Will Help You Understand How Vaccines Work

Some Pointers To Keep In Mind Before, On The Day Of And After Getting Vaccinated

 

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Dr Ritika Sinha Answers On Some Of The Frequently Asked Questions On Vaccination

 

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Wondering What’s The Difference Between Covishield And Covaxin? Aditya Tare Breaks It Down For Us

 

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Dr Yuvraj Clears All The Doubts On Vaccination For Pregnant And Lactating Mothers

6 Doctors Bust Myths Around Vaccination

Busting The Myth Around Getting Vaccinated When You’re On Your Period Ft. Gynaecologist Dr Munjaal Kapadia 

 

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Dealing With Vaccine Misinformation

With so much information circulating on social media, some people tend to spread false details out of panic. But don’t panic. Simply head to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) website to get all the details on the vaccines.

 

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