Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
First I advise you not to make a self diagnosis of chickenpox
without the examination by a doctor.
Secondly, it is not looking like chickenpox as the chicken pox
lesions wont discharge pus, don't persist beyond 2 weeks, and the site of occurence is all over the body, more concentrated on the trunk.
Even though after vaccination
, there are chances of getting chickenpox. So two doses of chickenpox vaccine
is advised to enhance the protection.
The lesions are looking like some bacterial skin infections, so I advise you to consult the doctor for examination and treatment.
Hope I have answered your query.