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COVID-19 Vaccination Drive Steam Gathering Clinic Easy Protocol

Dentists and dermatologists, who run small clinics, are now for a that the COVID-19 vaccination campaign is underway. With the vaccination of a large number of health workers in the state, many private practices, particularly dental and skincare clinics, which saw less decline during the epidemic, are now changing the rules.

Some are performing RT-PCR tests, which were mandatory before doctors started a procedure. Dental clinics, too, have begun to conduct procedures that she discontinued.

Rajkumar GC, principal of VS Dental College, said that many dentists had stopped procedures such as root canal treatment and dental filling. “But now that his staff has taken the vaccine, he has resumed some procedures,” he said.

They reported that root canal, dental filling, and tooth capping are aerosol-producing processes where the transmission of the virus is very high. “We were concerned that our employees may contract the virus from people who had COVID-19, but were unaware of it because they were asymptomatic. But now that our staff has completed the vaccination, we are not stressed and have started all these procedures, following the safety protocol. ”

To arouse confidence in customers, many clinics plan to display boards by announcing that their employees have taken the vaccine. Ramya Himnish, a dentist from Vidyaranyapura, said that she would put up a board with this announcement to encourage more patients to come to the clinic.

Many private practitioners are also reaching out to former clients. Rajesh S., a software professional, who had been going to his dentist for the eight months, said, “My clinic called me last week and said that all their employees were vaccinated. So now I’m a Will decide the schedule of appointment because the person who has been vaccinated has less chance of contracting COVID-19.

Plastic surgeons and dermatologists are also optimistic that the business will accelerate. Plastic surgeon Gunsekar Vuppulapathi, consultant at GVG Invivo Hospital, said they would stop performing RT-PCR tests for all elective procedures for their patients. Prior to the drive, it was mandatory for all patients to undergo surgery. “Now, with our staff vaccinated, we plan to do away with the RT-PCR test from the coming week. Patients only undergo rapid antigen tests before the procedure.

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