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Covid vaccines cut risk of virus-related heart failure and blood clots, study finds

Researchers say jabs substantially reduce for up to a year the chances of serious cardiovascular complications

Covid vaccinations substantially reduce the risk of heart failure and potentially dangerous blood clots linked to the infection for up to a year, according to a large study.

Researchers analysed health records from more than 20 million people across the UK, Spain and Estonia and found consistent evidence that the jabs protected against serious cardiovascular complications of the disease.

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