Health clarifies the mechanism of action of (Corona) vaccines, how to administer them, and the target groups

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Ramallah – the world of the homeland
Today, Monday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health issued a set of publications and information about anti-Coronavirus vaccines.The ministry explained, in a statement, the mechanism of action of the vaccine, who should receive it, its contraindications, how it is given, information to the health staff about it, and the side effects resulting from it, according to the official Palestinian agency.

The following are the most important types of vaccines:

Fire:

Pfizer uses: messenger RNA, which is a genetic material that our cells read to make proteins, as this substance prompts the body to produce antibodies against this protein to intercept viruses before they enter cells and multiply.

The vaccine is given to people over 16 years of age, and those with chronic diseases and low immunity, and it is given by needle into the muscle in the hand and in the form of two doses with a time difference of 21 days between the two doses, and there are side effects that may result from the vaccination, the most important of which are pain at the injection site, general fatigue, headache and high The temperature.

Sputnik:

A vaccine produced to prevent Covid 19 disease caused by the Corona virus associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome, and has been approved in Russia, Algeria, Mexico, Lebanon, Palestine and other countries within the emergency use, and can be used for those aged 18 years and over.

The Sputnik vaccine is given in the form of a muscle needle in the deltoid hand, and it is given in two doses with a time difference of 21 days. The main side effects of the vaccine are: pain at the injection site, high temperature, headache, joint pain and feeling sick, and other signs of reaction include: Difficulty in Breathing, swelling of the throat, rapid heart rate, dizziness, feeling weak.

AstraZenka:

A vaccine to prevent Covid 19 disease caused by the Corona virus associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome, and it has been approved by the British Ministry of Health, and by the Health and World Health Organization, and can be used for people over the age of 18 years and over.

Who should not receive the vaccine?

Those who suffer from a severe allergic reaction after receiving the first dose of the same vaccine, and if a severe allergic reaction occurs to any components of the vaccine, children and those under 18 years of age, and pregnant and lactating women.

The vaccine is given in the form of a muscle needle in the deltoid hand, in the form of two doses with a time difference.

Moderna:

A vaccine to prevent Covid 19 disease caused by the Corona virus associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome, and it has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration and a permit has been issued for it for emergency use, as well as approved by the Palestinian Health Organization and the World Health Organization, and it can be used for those aged 18 years or over .

The Moderna vaccine is given in the form of a needle in the deltoid muscle, and it is a series of two doses between them with an interval of one month, and if you received one dose of the Covid 19 Moderna vaccine, you must receive a second dose of the same vaccine after 28 days to complete the series of vaccinations.

The most important side effects of the vaccine: reactions at the injection site, such as swelling and redness, as well as fatigue, headache, nausea, vomiting, and fever,

Signs may include difficulty breathing, swelling of the face and throat, a rapid heartbeat, in addition to severe rashes spreading throughout the entire body.







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