The fourth phase of the national vaccination plan was officially launched, which means that more people will be vaccinated. The Special Committee On COVID-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV) provided guidelines on social media platforms to inform public on the proper preparation before vaccination and what to do after vaccination.
Before being vaccinated, people need to ensure that they have enough rest and stay healthy. If they feel unwell, they should change their appointment date. Everyone must eat and drink before vaccination, which helps to cope with potential anxiety and mild discomfort during vaccination.
In addition, every citizen must also understand the vaccine and its possible side effects before vaccination, including reading other people’s vaccination experience and knowing what will happen during vaccination. Those who are about to be vaccinated can also prepare paracetamol as a preventive measure to prevent common side effects.
After being vaccinated, people are encouraged to stay hydrated and get adequate rest. If necessary, they can take 1 to 2 days of leaves and avoid strenuous activities. The Coronavirus Vaccine Special Supply Committee reminds people to monitor their health after vaccination and be alert for any serious side effects. If you have any doubts, you can consult a medical professional.