Everything about vaccines in the Serbian language


epa09011414 A health worker gets the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Rafic Hariri University Hospital in Beirut, Lebanon, 14 February 2021. Twenty-eigth thousand doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine arrived to Lebanon on 13 February. The first doses will go to the elderly and the workers in the medical field. EPA-EFE/WAEL HAMZEH

Vaccination against the crown is expected to start at the end of February, according to the national plan already known to the Ozis.

In anticipation of immunization, we tried to find out the most important data about the offered vaccines and their effect.

On the website of the Australian Ministry of Health (www.health.gov.au) it is possible to find news in different languages, including Serbian.

The basic information is: “Safe and effective vaccines against kovid-19 will help you, your family and the community to be protected from the virus.”

Can I get sick after vaccination? YES

The same site states: “Vaccines strengthen the immune system by ‘teaching’ it to remember quickly and to fight against certain germs. Vaccines are given by trained health professionals. If you get the disease you have been vaccinated against, it will probably be milder. “Vaccines are a safe way to boost the immune system without causing disease.”
This data solves the basic dilemma of citizens – can they get a crown after vaccination? The answer is obviously yes, with the proviso that you will have a milder form.
This is important information that confirms the findings that even if you are vaccinated against kovid, you can be a carrier of the virus. This is precisely the reason why, after the vaccination of citizens, hotel quarantines will not disappear, nor will there be free travel to and from Australia.

Are side effects possible? THAT

When it comes to side effects, the official website of the government states: “All drugs, including vaccines, carry with them certain risks, as well as advantages. All possible side effects are usually mild and last for several days. Some of the temporary side effects that have been reported are quite normal, such as pain at the injection site, fever or muscle aches.

Is vaccination mandatory? NO

The website of the Ministry of Health points out that in Australia, vaccination is voluntary and you can decide for yourself whether you want to receive the vaccine or not. If you choose not to receive the vaccine, it will not affect your family’s right to continue receiving Family Tax Benefit Part A or Childcare Fee Assistance. ”
However, the next paragraph points out: “It is possible that in the future, vaccination against kovid will become mandatory for travel or people working in certain high-risk jobs, such as nursing homes. If that happens, there will be exemptions for people who cannot receive the vaccine for medical reasons. “

Is the vaccine approved? YES

The site points out that the authorities want everyone in Australia to have access to a safe and free vaccine. It was also emphasized: “The independent regulatory body for medicines in Australia is the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), which applies strict standards when testing possible vaccines against kovid-19. The body only approves vaccines that are safe and effective. The TGA will continue to check the quality of each batch of vaccines and monitor for any unexpected side effects after receiving the vaccine.

Are vaccines free? YES

The Australian government is clear, and the website says: “Vaccines against kovid-19 will be free for anyone in Australia, even non-nationals or permanent residents.” That includes people who do not have a Nedicare card, visitors from abroad, international students, migrant workers and asylum seekers. “

How quickly did the vaccine develop?

The official website of the Ministry of Health also provides an answer to this question: “In the emergency situation caused by the covid pandemic, all possible resources and forces had to be directed to finding a safe and effective vaccine.”

This happened quickly because:

– approved financial resources;

– producers and countries around the world worked closely together;

– clinical trials accelerated due to the prevalence of the virus.

Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.

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