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Connection between Covid vaccination and increased heart attacks in India? ICMR to issue report soon

DNA Wednesday, 29 March 2023
Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that a report regarding the connection between Covid vaccines and increased heart attacks in India will be released in two months.
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