In particular, an injection should not be given to people who take immune-suppressing drugs, the Ministry's experts said. For example, such drugs used in certain autoimmune pathologies and oncological diseases.
It is not advisable to administer the vaccine to those who are currently suffering from infectious or non-infectious diseases. The vaccination may only be administered 14 days after convalescence.
The vaccine can be dangerous for patients with tuberculosis, HIV, hepatitis C or B or syphilis.
If a person has had an acute coronary syndrome or stroke in the last year, they should not get vaccinated either. If you have cancer or autoimmune diseases, you should not get vaccinated, even if you do not take immune-suppressing drugs.
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