Vaccinate

I wanted to make sense of the Vaccines, because to me, it was a confusing arena. Especially since my brain is caught up with the heavy stupor or steriods and blood anti-coagulants and antibiotics. So here is what I have drafted, from sources online. If I have made any mistakes, please feel to let me know, in the comments section.

The Table has EIGHT columns.

The Table has TEN rows.

VaccineCovishield (Vaxzevria) (BBV152)Atrazeneca (AZD1222)CovaxinSputnik VPfizer (tozinameran)ModernA (mRNA-1273)Johnson and Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S,)
Main:Serum Institute of India  Oxford University and AstraZeneca,  Bharat Biotech LimitedGamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology.  BioNTech  ModernaJanssen Pharmaceuticals  
Tool:Viral Vector VaccineViral Vector VaccineInactivated VirusViral 2 Vector VaccinemRNA vaccine  mRNA vaccine  Viral vector vaccine
Contains:Chimpanzee RNA. Inactivated adenovirus with segments of Coronavirus, Aluminium Hydroxide Gel, L-Histidine, L-Histidine Hydrochloride Monohydrate, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate, Polysorbate 80, Ethanol, Sucrose, Sodium Chloride, and Disodium Edetate Dihydrate.Chimpanzee RNA.
Inactivated adenovirus with segments of Coronavirus, Aluminium Hydroxide Gel, L-Histidine, L-Histidine Hydrochloride Monohydrate, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate, Polysorbate 80, Ethanol, Sucrose, Sodium Chloride, and Disodium Edetate Dihydrate. 
Human RNA Inactivated  Coronavirus, Inactivated polio vaccine. Aluminum Hydroxide Gel, TLR 7/8 Agonist, 2-Phenoxyethanol and Phosphate Buffered Saline [NKA1].    Human RNA, 2 human adeno viruses – common cold virussynthetic messenger RNA no live virussynthetic messenger RNA no live virusHuman RNA Inactivated adenovirus with segments of Coronavirus,
Infections:Viral vectors cannot cause infection with COVID-19 or with the virus used as the vaccine vector.  Viral vectors cannot cause infection with COVID-19 or with the virus used as the vaccine vector.  Not harmfulViral vectors cannot cause infection with COVID-19 or with the virus used as the vaccine vector.     
Time interval:The time interval between two doses – 4 to 8 weeks.  Two doses given intramuscularly (0.5ml each) with an interval of 8 to 12 weeks. The second dose of Covaxin can be taken 4 to 6 weeks after the first.     Single dose  
EfficacyAffects 6 weeks, after first dose around 63% – 2 dose should be delayed to 12 weeks and efficacy improves to 81.3%Affects 6 weeks, after first dose around 63% – 2 dose should be delayed to 12 weeks and efficacy improves to 81.3%Vaccine affects after 6 weeks, after one dose 71% and vaccine efficacy is 81%  After two doses – 85%After 7 days of the second dose – 91.3%After 14 days of the second dose – 94.1%One dose efficacy rate at 66% The vaccine is around 85% effective at preventing severe disease from COVID-19  
Side effects– blood clots – avoid this if you’re younger than 50 years.   side effects are more after the first dose – fever headacheblood clots – avoid this if you’re younger than 50 years.   side effects are more after the first dose – fever headacheheadache, fatigue, myalgia, malaise, pyrexia, chills and arthralgia, nausea  Headache and sorenessside effects are more after second shot – allergic reactions most common  side effects are more after second shot – fatigue, muscle pain, and headache.    – blood clots – avoid this if you’re younger than 50 years. headache, fever, chills, nausea, pain anaphylaxis is rare
If infected post first dose:Wait for 8-12 weeks before second dose Wait for 4 weeks before second dose    
India:Available?Available?NoNo 
  1. Even if you have comorbidities – vaccinate!
  2. If after first dose you have anaphylactic problems. Don’t take the second dose
  3. If you are on Steroids, don’t take.
  4. Pregnant lactating woman should be vaccinated with Pfizer, moderna, no side effects.
  5. Vaccines working against all strains. But with two doses.
  6. If you get infected after the first dose – infection will be mild
  7. WHO states you can wait for 6 months between first and second dose of vaccination.
  8. 80% efficacy after first dose, for that duration, if shortage in vaccination. Do not panic.
  9. If you have been infected by COVID the combination of antibodies (Natural immunity) and vaccine is the best protection – and you may just need one dose of vaccination.
  10. Vaccines don’t work instantly.
  11. Astra is best in efficacy long term
  12. Even if u do vaccinate you may get COVID- it’s 94-95 % effective.
  13. If you have been infected with COVID-19, wait for 6 months to get vaccinated.
  14. Ask the Government to bring in mRNA vaccines!

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