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The Ministry of Health will update the list of contraindications to vaccination

The Ministry of Health will update the list of contraindications to vaccination
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The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation will present an updated list of contraindications for vaccination against coronavirus by mid-December. An option is being discussed, according to which the list of contraindications will become part of the temporary recommendations for vaccination against COVID.

As reported "News"what diseases will be included in the updated list has not yet been announced. The ministry explained that when preparing the grounds for medical withdrawal, the contraindications prescribed in the instructions for each drug will be taken into account.

For example, "KoviVak" is contraindicated for people over 60 years old, and "EpiVacCorona" - for cancer patients. Contraindications for vaccination with Sputnik V and Sputnik Light are severe allergic reactions and hypersensitivity to the components.

Severe allergic reactions include Quincke's edema, anaphylactic shock, and severe urticaria. From February 1, the system for obtaining a medical withdrawal through the portal of state services will be available to residents of any region of Russia.

 

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