ICMR Study: Covid-19 Vaccine Is Not the Cause of Sudden Deaths Among Young Adults in India

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) declared in a recent thorough investigation that unexpected, inexplicable deaths among young people in India could not be attributed to the Covid-19 vaccine. Furthermore, the study emphasized that administering the Covid-19 vaccination enhances the chance of reducing such fatalities rather than causing 27nu5c9g covid vaccine 625x300 25 january 23 11zon

The ICMR research was released in the wake of stories of young people who had unexpected deaths from cardiac arrest, including well-known Malayalam TV star Dr Priya.

Concerning the ICMR report
Numerous variables may raise the risk of sudden deaths, according to the ICMR research “Factors associated with sudden deaths among adults aged 18-45 years in India — a multicentric matched case-control study.”

The reasons of mortality within 48 hours range from a history of severe Covid-19 infection to binge drinking to recreational drug or substance usage.

According to media sources, the study’s sample size included instances of people in their 18–45 years old who were healthy and had no underlying medical conditions, but who unexpectedly passed away from unknown reasons between October 1, 2021, and March 31, 2023.

The ICMR research was mentioned by Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya when he said that those who had previously had a severe case of Covid should refrain from overexerting oneself for a year or two in order to prevent heart attacks and cardiac arrests.

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