According to a report by Yonhap News Agency on February 23, the “Coronavirus Vaccination Response Promotion Mission” participated by the South Korean Disease Management Agency and other relevant departments issued the “Guidelines for Coronavirus Vaccination for Medical and Health Personnel” on the 23rd, which includes breastfeeding women, chronic disease patients, etc.
who have no special taboos in the recommended vaccination population, but pregnant women and People under the age of 18 are not the target of vaccination.
The government recommends vaccination for all breastfeeding women except those who have “allergic reactions” to the coronavirus vaccine.
However, the Food and Drug Safety Department wrote in the AstraZeneca vaccine precautions for this population that “it is not known whether this product is secreted in breast milk”.
Pfizer vaccine said in the precautions that “there is little possibility that this product will cause biological and clinical danger to lactating babies”.
Pregnant women, children and adolescents under the age of 18 are temporarily excluded from vaccination until the relevant clinical findings are released.
According to the guide, the results of clinical trials of vaccines show that patients with chronic diseases can obtain immune responses and effects similar to those of people without basic diseases after vaccination, so vaccination is recommended.
People with low immunity and HIV infection can also be vaccinated without vaccination taboos.
Patients with coagulation dysfunction and anticoagulant users need to be vaccinated under the premise of following the doctor’s instructions.