New Delhi: The general population is extremely distressed and concerned about the recent spike in heart attack deaths in India. The similar thing has been causing a lot of young people to fall victim.
Accordingly, there has been a public narrative suggesting that the rise in heart attacks may be related to the COVID-19 vaccination. Although the Indian Council of Medical Research, or ICMR, has clarified the matter, we are now hearing about an intriguing report in this regard.
The ICMR stated in its most recent journal that the rise in heart attacks is not related to the COVID-19 vaccination. According to the findings, recipients of the Covid vaccine also had a lower risk of heart attacks. It has been observed that the risk of heart attacks can be reduced by receiving even one dosage of the vaccination.
Data and statistics from October 1, 2021, to March 31, 2023 were examined by the ICMR. They gathered information on 729 fatalities of individuals between the ages of 18 and 45 and produced a study on the subject. The conclusion is that the deaths aren’t exclusively attributable to the Covid vaccine.
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