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Vaccination day 3 – 2 death’s have no connection with vaccine says center

Corona Vaccination in India, Day 3: The Center said on Monday that 3,81,305 people have been given vaccines since the vaccination of Covid-19 started on January 16 in the country. According to the government, 1,48,266 people were vaccinated on Monday in 25 states and union territories to protect against Covid-19. Earlier on Sunday, only six states carried out the corona virus vaccination campaign and a total of 17,072 beneficiaries were vaccinated in 553 sessions.

Meanwhile, till now 580 people have got ‘Adverse Effect’ after getting vaccinated. This is only 0.2 percent of the total vaccine. That is, in total, 0.2 percent of the people saw trouble after getting vaccinated.

Dr. Manohar Agnani, Additional Secretary of the Union Ministry of Health explained in detail about such effects after vaccination.

According to him, “Any unforeseen medical problems in that person after being vaccinated are called Adverse Effect Following Immunization. It can also be due to a chronic vaccine, it can also be due to the vaccination process or any other It can also happen for a second reason. These are usually of three types – minor, serious and very serious. “

Seven people have been admitted to the hospital. Two people have died, but these deaths have no connection with the vaccine. The Union Health Ministry gave this information on Monday.

Agnani said two vaccine deaths have been reported, including a 52-year-old man who died in Moradabad, according to the postmortem, not linked to the vaccine. The cause of his death is ‘cardiopulmonary’ disease. He said that the second death occurred in Bellary, Karnataka, which was vaccinated on 16 January and died on Monday. He was 43 years old. Her death was due to a heart ailment and a postmortem is scheduled to be held on Monday at the Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Science in Bellary, Karnataka.

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