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Students going to study in the US will have to be vaccinated again, find out because …

A new piece of news has come out about the students going to study in the US.

WASHINGTON: A new piece of news has emerged about students going to study in the United States. More than 400 colleges and universities in the United States have issued regulations regarding vaccination of students. Under this, it will be mandatory for students to take WHO approved vaccine doses. This rule has created a new problem for students in India and Russia. This is because Covaxin developed in India and Sputnik-V developed by Russia have not been approved by the WHO.

According to a report published in the New York Times, students who have taken a dose of covacin or Sputnik-V in a corona condition will have to be re-vaccinated after moving to the United States. According to the report, Miloni Doshi, a student from Amritsar, has been admitted to Columbia University in New York. However, after taking a dose of covacin, they were asked to take a dose of corona vaccine again upon arrival on campus. Vaccines that have been approved by the WHO were asked to take the same dose.

Is it safe to get vaccinated twice?
In the meantime, once fully vaccinated, is it appropriate to re-vaccinate? No expert has said whether it is safe or not. ‘I’m afraid of getting two different vaccines,’ says Miloni. Of course, this concern is not only of Miloni, but of hundreds of Indian students who have gone to study in the United States.

8 vaccines have been approved
The WHO has so far approved 8 vaccines for immediate use. Three of these vaccines are in the United States. These include Laser Pfizer-Biotech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. In addition, China’s Kovishilt and Sinovac have also been recognized. China has the highest number of foreign students going to study in the United States, followed by India. With the recognition of China’s Synovac, Indian students will now suffer the most.


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