What if I have had COVID recently should I still take the vaccine or not risk it interfering with my sickle cell disease?

After getting COVID, people do get an immune response, but this varies from person to person and it depends on whether you had a mild or more severe infection. And we know from many studies now that if you’ve had a very mild or asymptomatic infection, then many people may have very low levels of antibodies that form. So this is why we still recommend that even if you’ve had a COVID infection, you should go ahead and take the vaccine when it’s available to you because the vaccine serves as a boost to the immune system. -Dr. Swaminathan, WHO, 2021

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