A Multinational, Across the Countries of COVID-19 Vaccination Drive Among Healthcare Professionals Through Human Health Research Web Based Portal Survey Study Among Participant’s Data Analysis of Post-inoculation Symptoms After First and Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune, India
*Corresponding Author: Pallavi Kaulwar, Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune, India.
June 01, 2021; Published: September 23, 2021
COVID-19 vaccinations have recently been made available in a number of countries. Despite the fact that the vaccine's protective effectiveness is regularly emphasized, little is known about the post-vaccination experience in the real world outside of clinical trial conditions.
Knowledge of what to expect following vaccination will aid in public education, dispelling misconceptions, and reducing vaccine apprehension.
Keywords: Human Health Research; Adverse Event; Online Survey; Post Inoculation of Symptoms; Data Analysis
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