On the surface, antibody testing sounds like a good idea to measure the immune response to vaccination. However, it is not absolutely necessary to complete a job. Unless there are special recommendations, it may not actually be necessary to perform antibody testing before/after vaccination.
However, even if you get one, it is important to know that the result may not be completely reliable.
Some experts worry that antibody tests currently available to the public may not be able to clearly identify the antibodies produced by the vaccine. Second, if it is to be deployed on a larger scale, it is not economically feasible.
For those who choose to have an antibody test before scheduling an appointment, experts advise not to rely solely on the test results. Since the natural immunity of COVID is confusing and may be reduced, it is crucial to get enough antibodies after vaccination. Considering the surge, it will take hours. This may help you delay or schedule a later appointment, but the wise choice is.
As long as you take two doses on time, follow all necessary precautions and practice basic hygiene habits, you will be adequately protected from deadly viruses.