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Slovakia reports 5,795 suspected adverse reactions to Covid jabs so far

June 11th, 2021

A total of 5,795 cases of suspected adverse reactions to vaccines against Covid-19 had been reported in Slovakia by Thursday, the State Institute for Drug Supervision (SUKL) has said on its website, adding that 447 of these cases were serious, making up 7.7 percent of the total. The most often reported serious adverse effects were persisting increased blood pressure, especially among patients treated for hypertension, pre-collapse, collapse, thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, allergic reactions, temporary paralysis, short-term loss of consciousness, or sudden stroke.


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