Women & Young People More Prone To Develop Symptoms After COVID Vaccine, Says Study
A recent study by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Kochi has found that the elderly have reacted with fewer symptoms after taking the vaccine against COVID-19 as compared to people in the 20-40 age group.
The study also found that women are more likely than men to develop symptoms. The milder-symptoms-foraged theory has been confirmed by a study of 5,396 healthcare workers put together by the Kochi branch of IMA, Time Of India (TOI) reported.
The study, based on an online survey conducted between January 29 and February 4, also found that 66 per cent of those vaccinated reported at least one post-inoculation symptom. The most reported symptoms were tiredness, myalgia (pain in a muscle or a group of muscles) and fever.