Transcript for Should you do anything to prepare your body for the COVID-19 vaccine?
Aggressive lest her Hank. The you know its advances now to the questions from our viewers what differ recommendations could we hear from the CDC for people who have been vaccinated. Hopefully guys we might be hearing something as early as tomorrow because again the science is catching up with real life and they want to issued some guidelines as more people are vaccinated. What can we do. Can we be he differently so will we expect to hear is that in small private settings like let's say our homes. If every one there has been vaccinated people can have small gatherings without masks. You know and kind of get back into the that the social life a little bit however. Until more people are vaccine we glad to crowded settings still masks still distancing. And we'll see what else they say but so many people waiting for this you know it's great to get that vaccine but. How will it change our data daylight it's going to be important Laurie well more vexing question or anything that you should do to prepare your body for the vaccine. No official guidelines on this but we talked about here before I have as history of AFLAC it reaction to food I consulted my allergist you know doctors do go to doctors. Before I got my dose and he actually recommended that I taken over the counter errors or tech antihistamine. About an hour before the vaccine not to take Benadryl and not to pre medicate with Tylenol or non store idols that's kind of the the working guidance right now but he can't rest. From exercise nothing special here I don't folks keep your questions coming deduct their past and honor mr. Graham said doctor Kay Aston think he's done.
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