Know more about Omicron variant and the need of booster vaccine

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There have been suggestions that the symptoms of the Omicron variant Covid-19 infection of SARS-CoV-2 differ from those of the other SARS-CoV-2 variants as the virus spreads worldwide. The symptoms of a coronavirus infection are same as like other varients mostly. Therefore, it is necessary to those who have Covid-19 suggestive symptoms to test and get treated.

How to identify that you are affected
by Omicron?

Body aches

Body weakness



Extreme Fatigue

These are the common omicron symptoms in the early stages,
and later on, they may develop:

Dry cough

Cold with watery nose

Sneezing and other symptoms

The cough is usually dry and disappears after a few days. In 80 percent of patients, the fever goes away within three days, and if it doesn't that needs to be constantly monitored. Coronavirus is best treated with isolation measures and medicines. Although only a few cases necessitate hospitalization to get the treatment for Coronavirus infection.

Vaccine for COVID-19 Infections:

Equal access to safe and effective vaccines is crucial if the COVID-19 pandemic is to be stopped; therefore, seeing so many vaccines being tested and produced is very positive. Safe and efficient vaccines are a game-changing tool, but we must continue to wear masks, wash our hands, maintain adequate ventilation indoors, and remain a safe distance from people for the time being. While the majority of omicron symptoms and treatments do not necessitate hospitalization, a small number of people may need to go to the hospital for a complete cure.

As the new Omicron variant spreads, experts advise that a complete vaccination dose followed by a booster shot several months later provides the best protection against all COVID-19-causing virus strains. According to studies, persons who had not been fully vaccinated had a five-fold higher risk of infection and a ten-fold higher risk of hospitalization or death from COVID-19 than those who had been fully vaccinated.

Getting the Booster vaccine:

Vaccines help the human body learn how to fight off Covid. COVID-19 vaccinations train our immune systems to produce antibodies by using synthetic replicas of the virus's spike protein, which is the part of the virus that allows it to cling to human cells. If a vaccinated person comes into contact with the virus later, the antibodies recognize it and attach to the spike protein, preventing infection

Covid-19 Booster dose:

The risk of hospitalization due to the omicron form is reduced with the Covid-19 booster shot booster dose. The findings emphasize the importance of booster doses in preventing serious illness from the rapidly spreading variant.

With the omicron variety, individuals who are up to date on their vaccines, that is, those who are boosted when they are eligible, have the most protection against illness and hospitalization. According to new research, a booster dose can provide good protection against the need for emergency medical treatment or hospitalization due to Covid-19.

It is important that everyone gets vaccinated to safeguard themselves from the ongoing deadly pandemic that has already claimed several lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Booster vaccine can be taken by people who have completed 38 weeks or 9 months after the second dose vaccination. It is important to take booster doses to safeguard against the covid vaccine. Booster dose is also referred to as precautionary dose.

Vaccines are a safe form of precautionary method to keep yourself safe from Coronavirus. Though there are no serious side effects you may experience mild fever and slight pain at the area of injection which tend to subside within a day or two.

You can login to the government website for Covid vaccination, you can also book an appointment or walk-in to the nearby hospital with your Aadhar card and get your vaccination.

Yes, it is necessary to get vaccinated to protect pregnant mothers from getting affected with Covid 19. As you are at the higher risk of spreading the virus to the infant it is important that you vaccinate to avoid the spread. Do speak to your doctor to make an informed decision.

In case you are taking a dose of prescribed medication, you follow them accordingly even after the booster dose. You can still consult your doctor to make an informed decision.


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