3. What are the contraindications of Covid-19 vaccination?
The contraindication of vaccination refers to the situation where vaccination shall not be given. Since most of the contraindications are temporary, vaccination can be given later when the factors leading to the contraindication no longer exist. Before the Covid-19 vaccination program and guidelines are specified, the vaccination contraindication of the Covid-19 vaccine shall follow the instructions of the vaccine. The general contraindications of vaccination include: (1) people who are allergic to the vaccine or vaccine components; (2) people suffering from acute diseases; (3) people in acute attack stage of chronic diseases; (4) people with a fever; (5) woman during pregnancy.
4. How to discover and understand the contraindications of vaccination?
During the process of vaccination, if there is a serious allergic reaction after receiving the first dose of the vaccine, which cannot be ruled out as a result of the vaccination, the second dose is not recommended to be given. It is necessary to understand the composition of the vaccine and people who have been allergic to the composition of the vaccine should not be vaccinated. When vaccinating, the doctor should ask about the recipient's health status and past allergic history carefully. And the recipient should report his or her health status, disease history and allergy history to the vaccination doctor. Vaccine contraindications should be included in the informed form of consent.