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Do vaccines go into the bloodstream?
Last Updated: 6th March, 2020
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Thereof, what happens when a vaccine is injected into the body?
Vaccines containing these weakened or killedgermsare introduced into your body, usuallybyinjection. Your immune system reacts to thevaccinein a similar way that it would if it were beinginvaded by thedisease — by making antibodies.
Subsequently, question is, where vaccines are injected? The importance of injecting vaccines intomuscle.Most vaccines should be given via the intramuscularrouteinto the deltoid or the anterolateral aspect ofthethigh.
Consequently, do vaccines contain blood?
Answer: Vaccines do notcontainhuman or animal cells or tissues.
Do vaccines contain the virus?
Some vaccines contain inactivated, butpreviouslyvirulent, micro-organisms that have been destroyed withchemicals,heat, or radiation. Examples include the poliovaccine,hepatitis A vaccine, rabies vaccineand someinfluenza vaccines.