Family Physicians Warn! Attention To These Before Covid-19 Vaccine!

ahef attracts attention to what needs to be questioned before the covid vaccine
ahef attracts attention to what needs to be questioned before the covid vaccine

The Federation of Family Physicians Associations (AHEF) states that when community vaccination begins widespread, Family Health Centers will do intensive vaccination and some issues are important. AHEF answers the question between which vaccines with Covid19 vaccine and how much time should be given and to whom. Family Physicians list the things to consider before the Covid19 vaccine as follows:

  • Covid 19 vaccine, from inactive vaccines; Seasonal influenza Pneumococcal Meningococcus, Hepatitis A and B Acellular Pertussis, Influenza Type B (HIB) vaccines can be administered every 15 days apart.
  • Live vaccines; OPA, BCG KKK Chickenpox vaccination can be done at least 4 weeks apart.
  • After Covid19 vaccine, Rabies and Tetanus vaccines are administered without leaving a time interval.
  • Active Covid19 patients are not vaccinated.
  • People who have been in contact with a confirmed Covid10 case within 19 days are not vaccinated.
  • Although there is no data for pregnant women, Covid19 vaccine can be made if the person wishes.
  • Covid19 vaccine can be administered during breastfeeding if the person wishes.
  • Covid19 vaccine is not administered in the first trimester (in the first trimester of pregnancy).
  • Covid18 vaccine cannot be administered under the age of 19.

Other situations that require precaution and vaccination; (Covi19 vaccine is given depending on the evaluation by the clinician.)

  • Uncontrolled Epilepsillan Barre Syndrome
  • Those diagnosed with vaccine-exacerbated neurological diseases such as Transverse Myelitis
  • Guillan Barre Syndrome

Immun Suppressed people (It is okay to have a Covid19 vaccine by the relevant branch physician, after a written report is received)Temporary Contraindication (Conditions where vaccination should be postponed)

  • Those with a fever of 38 and above,
  • Acute diseases with no definitive diagnosis,
  • Vaccination should be delayed during acute attack times of chronic diseases.

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