Covid: Aifa, adverse reactions to vaccines are less than one case per thousand – Health

Less than one in 1,000 adverse reactions have been reported after a Covid vaccine, according to data reported by Aifa in its latest vaccine report. In fact, out of a total of 135,849,988 doses taken, 134,361 reactions were reported, corresponding to 0.098%.

27 cases (3.6%) out of 748 deaths were assessed as related to Covid vaccines, i.e. about 0.2 cases per million doses taken, the report confirms that 22 cases were already described in previous reports and that the remaining five reports refer to two cases of thrombosis After immunization with adenovirus vector vaccine in two patients for whom screening documentation was provided; In 3 cases patients died from complications related to COVID-19 after completion of the vaccination course (ie ineffective vaccination).

COVID data

There are 27,214 new infections with the Covid virus during the past 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 18,380. In contrast, the number of victims reached 127, an increase of 79 victims recorded yesterday.

174,098 Molecular and antigenic swabs of Coronavirus were performed in the last 24 hours. Yesterday there were 105739. The positivity rate was 15.6% down from 17.4% yesterday. 422 patients were admitted to intensive care, 11 more than yesterday in the balance between income and expenses. The number of daily admissions to the hospital is 38. The number of hospital residents in regular wards is back to more than 10,000: they are 10,214, or 274 more than yesterday.

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