Let us help you with a proper answer: Can You Drink Alcohol After (or before) Being Vaccinated? 🤔
This is a question that many people find problematic.
It's not that we are drinking a lot (hahaha 😎), but if you got vaccinated and at the evening you planned to open a bottle of wine or a beer at the end of the day, this makes you a little anxious, right? Should we do it? Can we drink after being COVID vaccinated?
The answer is (even tho we are proud drunks 🥳): RATHER NOT.
Extras: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies excessive drinking as consuming four drinks in one sitting for a woman and five for a man. Heavy drinking is defined as having eight or more drinks in a week for women and 15 for men. A glass of wine or a beer shouldn't do the damage, but easy with the pouring. 😂
Better make your vaccination happen on a Monday or Tuesday, so the bad karma releases out of your body by the end of the week.
By the weekend, you'll be fully ready for a gathering including alcohol ... or Virgin Piña Colada, if that's your thing. 😜
Don't worry, you can compensate the lack of drinking later on ... twice as good, with a help of Drinkopoly. 😂