10 Things You Really Should Know About The New COVID-19 Vaccine
Should you get vaccinated if you’ve already had COVID-19?
Many people who have already battled COVID-19 believe they shouldn’t get vaccinated since they’re ‘immune.’
When it comes to vaccination, though, it all comes down to the moment when you’ve had COVID-19 and how long it’s been since then.
Specialists recommend people to wait at least four months after getting COVID-19 until vaccination. That’s because these people have surely developed immunity to the illness and it’s best to make room for others with chronic conditions or other high-risk factors.
However, we still don’t know how long the immunity for COVID-19 really lasts and there have already been some cases of people getting infected all over again only a few months after the first infection. This is why it’s very important that you still take the vaccine against the virus when you’re eligible for it.
If you’re looking for more detailed information on this topic, our post covers all the essential info you should know: If I’ve Already Had COVID-19, Do I Still Need the Vaccine?