Should I Get A COVID-19 Vaccine If I’ve Already Had COVID-19?
Even if you already had a COVID-19 infection, you need to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
There is not enough data to show whether the natural immunity provided by the disease is protective or not.
When Should I Get A Vaccine After COVID-19 infection?
- After testing positive for COVID-19, you will need to delay receiving the vaccine until your isolation period ends. As long as your isolation period is over, you can safely receive your primary vaccines or booster.
- If you receive monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma as a part of COVID-19 infection treatment, you will need to wait 90 days before getting vaccinated.