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      <p class=”speakableTextP1″>It’s finally time. You <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>figured out how</span> and <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>where to get the COVID-19 vaccine</span>, and 신촌 치과 you officially have an appointment to become vaccinated — congrats on being a critical part of ending the coronavirus pandemic. </p><p class=”speakableTextP2″>If you’re feeling a little nervous about the whole ordeal, that’s normal. But don’t worry. You’ll do fine, 신촌 치과 especially if you keep these simple <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>COVID-19 vaccine</span> do’s and don’ts in mind.</p><div class=”newsletter-subscribe-form desktop -inline ” section=”subscribeNewsletter” data-track=”newsletter”>

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      </div><h2>Do…</h2><h3>Prepare for mild symptoms</h3><p>Mentally prepare yourself for the commonly reported <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine</span>. Those include fatigue, soreness at the injection site, headache, muscle pain, fever, chills and nausea. Don’t preemptively take pain medications in an attempt to deal with such symptoms (more on that later). </p><h3>Take whichever vaccine is available </h3><p>Avoid “vaccine shopping” and take whichever vaccine you are offered. You may have a preconceived notion that one vaccine is superior to the others, but in truth, all three are helping us put an end to this pandemic. </p><h3>Wear a mask</h3><p>Your vaccine provider will likely require you to <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>wear a mask</span>, but wear one even if they don’t. Masks are still proven to slow the spread of COVID-19 viral particles, and 신촌 치과 you’ll be in relatively close quarters with strangers — and you’re not vaccinated yet. </p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>004-double-mask-recommendations-new-mandate-n95-kn95-cloth-medical-masks-face<noscript>004-double-mask-recommendations-new-mandate-n95-kn95-cloth-medical-masks-face</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>It’s still important to wear a mask in public.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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      </span></figcaption></figure><h3>Schedule an appointment for your second shot, if needed</h3><p>If you received the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Moderna</span> or <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Pfizer</span> vaccine, you’ll need to schedule a second injection. Do this while you’re still at the clinic if you can, so you don’t miss the window for maximum efficacy. Those who get the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Johnson & Johnson vaccine</span> do not need a second shot. </p><h3>Wait in the clinic for 15 minutes</h3><p>Most vaccine providers will require you to hang around for 15 minutes after getting vaccinated to watch for any immediate and severe side effects. Even if you feel fine, wait just in case.</p><h3>Check with your doctor beforehand about health conditions and medications</h3><p>If you have any existing health issues or take prescription medications, ask your doctor if it’s safe for you to get the vaccine. Allergies, autoimmune conditions and medications that suppress your immune system can make it unsafe for you to get the COVID-19 vaccine.</p>

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