Why should I get vaccinated for COVID-19?
As of August 3, 2021, the number of both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of the COVID-19 disease reported in the United States had reached more than 35 million, and almost 612 thousand deaths were reported among these cases, according to Statista. The statistic also shows that there had been more than 43,000 COVID-19 deaths throughout New York State as of July 26, 2021.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended our daily lives and caused thousands of deaths. In the complicated midst of the coronavirus, what’s a better way than getting vaccinated? Vaccines are the most effective way to protect us all against serious and sometimes deadly diseases.
Currently, there are three COVID-19 vaccines authorized for use in the US including:
- Johnson and Johnson/ Janssen
But, since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, and especially since vaccines for COVID-19 began being produced- a lot of people have expressed concerns about their safety and effectiveness.
If you’re among those feeling reluctant about getting a COVID-19 vaccine –or if you’re wondering why vaccines are considered one of the important steps to protect our health, here are 7 reasons why you should get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Vaccines save lives
According to the World Health Organization, vaccination can prevent 2 million to 3 million deaths each year. Do you know that smallpox had caused around 300 million lives in the 20th century alone? Smallpox has been totally eradicated thanks to the development and performance of safe and effective vaccines.
COVID-19 disease has led to many fatal cases. If you’re at high risk for the disease, getting vaccinated could protect you.
The vaccine protects against serious illness
During studies, the three authorized vaccines have proved to be efficient at stopping serious illness from COVID-19. So if you get vaccinated and become infected, you’re unlikely to be seriously ill. The clinical trials for the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines prove they were 100% efficient at preventing serious diseases. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine proved 85% effective against serious diseases.
The vaccines are also efficient against the new variants recently like the Delta variant. All three vaccines will protect you against serious disease and decrease the possibility of hospitalization.
Studies have revealed that vaccinated people who get infected have light to moderate cases of COVID-19 compared to those who don’t get vaccinated. So, your risk of hospitalization and death due to COVID-19 is almost eliminated once you are adequately vaccinated.
The vaccine lessens your risk of infection.
When you get your first shot, your body starts producing antibodies to the COVID-19. These antibodies help your immune system battle the virus if you’re accidentally exposed, so it decreases your risk of getting the virus. As we mentioned above, there are three vaccines authorized for use in the US, and they are all over 70% efficient in preventing infection.
You can still be infected after getting vaccinated, but when the majority of the population is vaccinated, those risks are lessened thanks to something called herd immunity. So, being vaccinated not only lessens your risk of being infected but also contributes to community protection and decreases the possibility of disease transmission.
The vaccine can help your unborn baby or newborn.
According to a study, expectant moms who get the COVID-19 vaccine create antibodies to the virus and pass those to their unborn baby through the placenta. Mothers were also proved to pass antibodies to their newborns through breast milk. While babies can’t get vaccines, they may still benefit from their vaccinated mothers.
The likelihood of having severe side effects from COVID-19 vaccines is very low.
Some people get mild side effects after getting vaccinated including feeling tired, headaches, achy muscles, a sore arm, or feeling ill. These symptoms only last for a few days and are nothing to worry about. But if you’re anxious for any reason, call your healthcare provider.
In extremely rare cases, some people have formed blood clots after receiving certain COVID-19 vaccines (AstraZeneca/Oxford and Johnson & Johnson). To put this into context, in Europe, where most of these cases were reported, it’s estimated that one person in 100,000 people who got the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine develops a blood clot. But people can naturally clot.
More work is being carried out to understand this, but the benefits of having vaccines– protecting people from dying from the coronavirus – are considered to outweigh the comparatively very small chance of developing blood clots.
Help you travel safely
When you travel to other countries, you’ll be likely exposed to pathogens that your immune system is not familiar with. By getting the COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll be able to enjoy your trip without the risk of hospitalization or bringing back undesired bugs.
Similarly, receiving the vaccinations protects the citizens of your holiday destination from any infections you may otherwise bring with you.
The vaccine helped us ditch masks.
The vaccine is the most effective way to get life back to normal. Public health measures including wearing masks, washing hands, or physical distancing were applied to reduce the spread of the disease, and they have been shown to work. The CDC now recommends people who haven’t received vaccinations continue to wear a mask. If you get vaccinated, you can ditch the mask or wear a mask as you want.
Evidence shows that vaccinated people who might be infected with the virus have fewer virus particles in their nose and mouth and are less likely to spread it to others. Receiving vaccination not only protects you but also restricts spreading the infection to your loved ones.
When more people get vaccinated, we might achieve herd immunity, which means the spread of the disease is unlikely. It’s vital we all get vaccinated to help us reach this public goal.
Is it safe to have sex after you take the COVID vaccine?
Sexuality is an important part of human health and well-being. Many people wonder is it safe to have sex after you receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Data shows that vaccinated people reduce the likelihood of passing the virus onto others.
So once you’re fully vaccinated (meaning it’s been at least 2 weeks since your final shot), you can safely go back to doing anything you did before the pandemic, including dating and having sex. But make sure to use condoms if you don’t want an unintended pregnancy.
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