Vitamin C & E?
Thank you for the question.
Vitamin C is mainly used to increase endurance, accelerate the healing of coughs and colds, brighten the skin, maintain stamina, speed up healing after illness, and prevent the formation of cancer cells. While vitamin E is good for maintaining the balance of hormones, smooth digestion, improve fertility, improve memory, and relieve menstrual pain.
Naturally, vitamins C and E can actually be obtained by consuming a lot of guava, oranges, sprouts, tomatoes, strawberries, seeds, dark green leafy vegetables, fish oil, and many other foodstuffs. The recommended daily dose for taking both supplements in healthy adults in general is in the range of 75 to 90 mg for vitamin C and between 60 to 75 IU for vitamin E. However, the recommended dosage may vary depending on age, body posture, activity done, pregnant / breastfeeding or not, smoking or not, and experiencing certain health problems or not.
So far, there are no known negative interactions between vitamin C and E supplements even if taken together or close together. However, given the need for vitamins in each person is different, then you are not advised to consume it carelessly, especially in the long run, without first seeing a doctor. Safer, prioritizing the consumption of vitamins from natural foods as we have mentioned above, unless the doctor recommends otherwise ..
Pneumonia vaccine (PCV) can be used to prevent infections caused by pneumococcus bacteria. Not only can cause pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma), this bacterium can also cause meningitis. In line with pneumococcus bacteria, the new Corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) which causes COVID-19 disease can indeed also make sufferers experience pneumonia. However, considering that these bacteria and viruses are 2 different microorganisms, certainly the pneumonia vaccine cannot necessarily prevent, alleviate, or treat pneumonia caused by this new Corona virus. To minimize your risk of contracting COVID-19, and to prevent (even if contracting) you from experiencing severe complications, the best thing to do is:
Increase endurance, i.e. by getting enough rest, eating healthy food, drinking lots, and exercising discipline
Improve personal and environmental hygiene
Do not leave the house, except for emergency matters
Hope this helps ...