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Vaccination: No advisory yet on spotting adverse events, reporting dips sharply

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 4 May 2021 ()
Reporting of adverse events after vaccination against Covid-19 has dropped significantly to almost 25% or one-fourth of what was being reported in early March. Absence of the guidelines that were due at least three weeks ago has hindered monitoring and response to AEFI.
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