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If you’re not sick with COVID, but you have the flu or a cold, or you’re just not feeling well, our experts are split. Dr. Linda Nabha says it depends on the severity of your sickness. "You've got a runny nose or a very mild cold, I think it should be fine for you to go ahead and get that COVID vaccine, but if you're more sick...moderate to more severe illness, that's something to certainly think about and discuss with your physician," Nabha said. "You may be better off waiting until that sickness clears for you to get that COVID vaccine.” One reason is so that if you begin to have symptoms like a fever or muscle aches, your doctor can differentiate between whether its from your pre-existing illness or a new symptom resulting from the vaccine. Dr. Amler calls it "common sense" to wait. "Let's face it, you're going to get some side effects from the vaccine, in all likelihood a sore arm, maybe a low-grade fever, maybe a bad headache," Amler said. "I think logically you should wait until you're better, and in general, with any vaccines, if you have a fever, you certainly should not get a vaccine at that time. Wait until the fever is gone, and you're feeling better."
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