There is no time frame people who have been infected need to wait to get vaccinated. We typically say wait 90 days because re-infection during that time is rare.
If you had a monoclonal antibody when infected we say they should wait 90 days to prevent a interaction w/ vaccine https://t.co/RvkIul07IU
One of my family members got infected in November last year. She got two consecutive negative test results by the end of December. When should she get the vaccine? In general, people who had the illness, at what point should they get the vaccine? Thank you. #AskReuters
@KrutikaKuppalli@Reuters very science-y. hmm, I didn't read that recommendation in either Pfizer or Moderna FDA briefing docs, possibly bc none of their trial subjects had previously been infected. OTOH, Re-infection by a Phylogenetically Distinct 2 Strain reported Aug 5. https://t.co/atW2qwG6RA