Research: The Covid-19 vaccine is not to blame for the unexpected deaths of young adults in India.

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The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) concluded in a thorough research that the Covid-19 vaccination is not to blame for the inexplicable sudden deaths of young adults in India, while it may lessen the chance of such deaths if at least one dose of the vaccine is given.

The study made mention of a few potential causes for young people’ unexpected deaths.

Here Discussed About All Factors That “Covid-19 vaccine is not responsible for young adults sudden death”:

The study was conducted in the wake of stories of young adults passing away unexpectedly, including well-known Malayalam TV star Dr. Priya, who had experienced a sudden heart arrest. Researchers conducted the study because of worries that similar instances of unexpected fatalities among healthy persons in India might be connected to Covid-19 or the vaccine against the illness.

Some factors that may raise the risk of sudden deaths were mentioned in the ICMR study “Factors associated with sudden deaths among adults aged 18-45 years in India — a multicentric matched case-control study “History of severe Covid-19 infection, heavy drinking, and recreational drug or substance use are among the factors contributing to death within 48 hours. Although the study was finished earlier this month, it has not yet been made public.

The study covered cases of sudden, unexplained deaths from unidentified causes in apparently healthy persons (18–45 years old) between October 1, 2021, and March 31, 2023.

The ICMR study was mentioned by Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya when he stated that people who had previously experienced a severe case of Covid should refrain from overexerting themselves for a year or two to guard against cardiac arrests and heart attacks.

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