The infection with Coronavirus with typical symptoms is much better than asymptomatic infection with Coronavirus, some people are subjected to the silent coronavirus infection after vaccination.
The importance of vaccination against Coronavirus is increasing day by day, especially with the advent of the winter season in which the virus is active, as it has been proven that vaccines are very effective in preventing and recovering from acute infection with Covid-19, and reducing the risk of death.
The Coronavirus vaccine guarantees a person less serious symptoms if he is exposed to infection, especially associated with the deadly “Covid 19” variants, as the antibodies resulting from the vaccine prevent the virus from spreading to different parts of the body, and avoid severe symptoms.
That is why a person may develop silent coronavirus infection after vaccination, because the main symptoms of coronavirus are much less and resemble a “Common cold”, according to the “timesofindia” website.
Among the main symptoms of coronavirus is fever, which is a sign of inflammation in the body, and if you get antibodies from the vaccine, it works to reduce inflammation, and therefore are relatively unnoticeable, even signs associated with this symptom such as chills are less common.
A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that vaccinated people are 58% less likely to develop a fever, compared to the unvaccinated.
Also, the main symptoms of coronavirus are much less for those who have antibodies, and the person may experience headaches, runny nose, sneezing, congestion, body aches and fatigue, and these symptoms may last for 5-7 days, which makes a person think that it is a cold, or an allergy due to weather changes.
What Should You Do If you Contracted the Virus After Vaccination?
It’s important not to take infection carelessly, because the treatment of complicated cases is a lot like unvaccinated infection and then the complications of symptoms, so isolate yourself when you are sick to protect yourself first and then those around you.