Govt: 2k serious cases of AEFI, 0.004% of 123cr shots given
The Times of India Delhi|December 08, 2021
Of 50k Reported Adverse Events After Vax, Over 47k Were Minor

New Delhi: Adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) were recorded after 0.004% of the total around 123 crore Covid jabs administered till November 30. Of the 49,819 reported adverse events, 47,691 were minor, 163 severe and 1,965 were serious cases, the government told the Parliament on Tuesday.

AEFI is any untoward medical occurrence that follows innoculation and does not necessarily have a causal relationship with the Covid-19 vaccine. They are reported through the AEFI surveillance system.

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