…Shouldn’t Discourage Them From Getting The Vaccines
While the study results are great news for those who have already recovered from COVID-19, it doesn’t mean they shouldn’t get the vaccines when it’s their turn.
After all, another study pointed out that the best-protected group is individuals who had a previous COVID-19 infection and are fully vaccinated.
Besides, the chance of reinfection considers various factors, like your immune system, overall health, genetics, the variant you were exposed to, and how you were exposed.
The bottom line, according to experts, is one shouldn’t be complacent just because they already recovered from COVID-19.
So, Can You Get The Vaccine After Recovering From COVID-19?
Do COVID antibodies protect against the Delta variant? Several studies show they do. Still, experts discourage the public from relying on acquired immunity, as vaccination is still the best way to stay protected.
In their guidelines, the Department of Health said that people who had COVID could have their vaccine as soon as they recovered or finished their treatment.