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Vaccine Partners

MFine is closely working with Bharat Biotech & Serum Institute of India with respect to COVAXIN & COVISHIELD vaccines that have been approved for emergency use.

Vaccine Timeline

The first phase of vaccination has already begun (for healthcare & frontline workers) and vaccines will soon be available for public use by mid or end of March.



COVID-19 vaccination is voluntary. However, it is advisable to get vaccinated as it will protect you against the disease and limit the spread of the virus to family, friends and others around you.

COVID positive people should get vaccinated only after their symptoms resolve or when they test negative.

Yes, it is advisable for such persons to get vaccinated despite the disease history. Vaccination will help in building immunity against the virus in the future.

Both the vaccines are effective. Post-vaccination, the symptoms of side effects will closely be monitored by experts. The important thing is to complete the vaccination schedule.

A photo ID is a must for registration and verification. Any of the following photo ID documents can be used:

  • Aadhar Card
  • Driving License
  • PAN Card
  • Voter ID
  • Passbooks issued by Bank/Post Office
  • Passport
  • Pension Document
  • Smart card issued by RGI under NPR

It is not advisable to go for vaccination in the following conditions:

  • If you have a fever
  • If you’re allergic
  • If you’re taking blood thinner medication
  • If you are immunocompromised
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • If you have taken another COVID-19 vaccine

The following side-effects (subject to change with guidelines updated by the government) may change have been reported with covaxin and covishield:

  • Injection site pain, swelling, itching, redness, stiffness or weakness
  • Body ache, headache, fever, rashes or malaise
  • Nausea and vomiting

Yes, people with comorbidities are at a higher risk of contracting coronavirus, therefore it is advisable that they get vaccinated.

Both doses of the same vaccine will be administered 28 days apart.

Protective antibodies will develop after 2 weeks of administration of the second dose.