The most common long Covid symptom that could linger in vaccinated people – new study

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New research has said that vaccines have prevented 22 million coronavirus infections and 60,000 deaths in England.

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, deputy chief medical officer for England, told BBC this calculation was based on how many people would have been infected, or died, without the vaccines.

The estimate of 60,000 deaths avoided because of the vaccine, comes from Public Health England.

Professor Van-Tam said: “I hope the worst is behind us, but I think it’s quite possible that we’re going to have one or two bumpy period in the autumn and in the winter, not only through COVID-19, but also through the flu and other respiratory viruses as well.”



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