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What The Study Did: In this interim analysis of surveillance data from 6.2 million people who received 11.8 million doses of an mRNA vaccine, event rates for 23 serious health outcomes weren’t significantly higher for individuals one to 21 days after vaccination compared with similar individuals at 22 to 42 days after vaccination.
Authors: Nicola P. Klein, M.D., Ph.D., of Kaiser Permanente Northern California in Oakland, is the corresponding author.
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