Don't give Paracetamol after Covaxin dose, company warns
Don't give Paracetamol after Covaxin dose, company warns

Vaccine maker Bharat Biotech has made it clear that paracetamol or painkillers are not recommended for adolescents after vaccination. In fact, recently, the Hyderabad-based company has issued a statement and the statement says, "We have received feedback that some vaccination centres are recommending taking 3 Paracetamol 500 mg tablets with covaccine for children. '

Let me tell you that it is being said that no paracetamol or painkillers are recommended after vaccination. On the other hand, the firm cited its clinical trials on 30,000 individuals and said, "About 10-20 per cent of the individuals reported side effects. Most of them are light, which are removed within 1-2 days. The medicine is recommended only after consulting the doctor. '

At the same time, he said, "Paracetamol was recommended along with some other covid-19 vaccines and is not recommended for covaccine. You must be aware that the vaccination of Covid-19 for 15-18 year olds across the country started from 3rd January. In this case, the first dose of covaccine is being given to the children. 1 during the first three days under the information received. More than 0.6 crore children have been vaccinated.

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