Staying Safe After Vaccination Against Covid: What Should I Do?

Staying Safe After Vaccination Against Covid What Should I Do | Well Health Works

Countries all throughout the world began giving out Covid-19 vaccines to their constituents. The vaccines distributed are all two-dose vaccines. According to Dr. Katherine O’Brien of the World Health Organization (WHO), a good immune response kicks in within about two weeks of the first dose. Then, the second dose boosts that immune response. 

The WHO doesn’t know how long the immunity will last from the vaccines at hand right now. The health organization is following people who have received vaccinations. This is to find out whether their immune response is durable over time. They look at the length of time the vaccine protected the receiver against disease as well.  

Clinical trials demonstrated that vaccines protect people against the disease, but people still need to continue with the precautions. This is while the WHO is still learning about what vaccines can do. So for how long do you need to continue these precautions? The WHO said that it depends on what communities and countries can do to prevent the spread of the virus.

As such, you need to continue the masking and the physical distancing. Hand washing and not gathering in big groups are important as well.

What are the Dos and Don’ts of Staying Safe After Vaccination Against Covid?

Being completely vaccinated is after you get the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines. After the first and second doses, you should wait for two weeks. At that point, you are now completely vaccinated.

If you receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you only need one shot. Two weeks after receiving that shot, you are now completely vaccinated. This means you can be around vaccinated people in small gatherings. This is according to the guidelines of the CDC.

But this is not the same for children under sixteen or anyone who has not received the vaccine. These people should still wear a mask because they are un-vaccinated. This means they are still at quite a high risk.

The CDC also recommends against several household mixes. That’s because it’s more likely that someone in that group would be positive. They might also be asymptomatic as well. As such, the coronavirus could spread to others. 

You should keep in mind that the rules are different for those who are at high risk. Those at the highest risk are immuno-compromised people.

Who are immunocompromised people?

●   Individuals who are on steroids

●   Individuals who are on long-acting medications prescribed to subvert the immune system

●   A diabetic person

●   A pregnant woman

●   A cancer patient

●   A dialysis patient

These people who are in this special category have a different set of risks. If you are high risk and vaccinated, you can still gather with vaccinated people. But if you are at high risk in general, you should keep some distance but you can gather in small groups.

Furthermore, if you’re completely vaccinated, you are quite protected. There is little risk of developing moderate to severe infection. What about when you’re eating meals with friends and extended family? You’re still at a lower risk of transmission and also of becoming ill. It is also less risky for you to go out in public and consume food at restaurants.

When going out in public places you should still wear your mask and wash your hands. You should maintain six feet of social distancing when possible. Besides, it’s not wise to stand around in packed places whenever possible. Even if you are completely vaccinated, it doesn’t mean you can throw caution to the wind. When in public places, you must still maintain public health standards. 

Even though you are completely vaccinated, you still don’t want to be in public places without wearing your mask. Keep your face mask on and always bring hand sanitizer with you. Keep in mind that your mask should be properly-fitted. Remember, covering your nose and mouth is definitely important. Your face mask should fit and not leave open space on the sides.

What is a health screening | Well Health Works

What is a health screening? 

Getting routine health screening is important. Tests and assessments are to look for diseases before symptoms become present. The health screening questions for Covid provide insights into risk factors. This is so you and your doctor can take proactive measures.

Wondering if you can still get Covid-19 virus after getting vaccinated? The Covid-19 screening questionnaire might be helpful for you.

What are the daily Covid-19 screening questions? Some of these questions include:

●   Whether you are feeling well

●   If you have not had any of the symptoms in the past 14 days

The symptoms you have to check are: 

●   A fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

●   A cough

●   Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

●   Fatigue

●   Muscle or body aches

●   Headache

●   New loss of taste or smell

●   Sore throat

●   Congestion or runny nose

●   Nausea or vomiting

●   Diarrhea

Periodic health assessments are for health promotion and wellness. The tests conducted at a health screening include:

●   High blood pressure

●   High cholesterol

●   Breast cancer and cervical cancer

●   Colorectal cancer

●   Type 2 diabetes

●   Abdominal aortic aneurysm

●   Osteoporosis

●   Obesity

●   Prostate cancer

●   Testosterone deficiency

●   Health disease

●   Carotid artery disease

●   Atrial fibrillation

●   Lung cancer

●   Other tests, such as x-rays, urinalysis, among others

You will find that a typical screening session will take anywhere from 30 minutes to a few hours. Since the actual time will depend on the number of tests conducted.

Take it from the Expert

When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you can trust WellHealthWorks as your partner. We provide valuable information and lifestyle education. This is to build awareness of your health risks. We also administer Covid-19 testing at the convenience of your workplace. This is to maintain the safety and well-being of your employees. Our preventive health screenings will help stop a disease or prevent it from developing into chronic conditions. You don’t need to waste time looking for a company to conduct health screenings for your workplace. We have a completely automated solution that screens all people entering your facility. This includes employers, employees, clients, and customers. For more information, you may call us at 833-935-9355 or send us an email at info@wellhealthworks.com.

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