CDC and FDA say they're investigating possible link between Pfizer's bivalent Covid booster and strokes in seniors over age of 65 — but officials have 'no concerns at this time'
Officials say over-65s who receive the bivalent shot suffer increased stroke risk
Leading regulators still recommend the Covid booster shot to Americans
Ischemic strokes are caused when artery blockages deny blood to the brain
By Mansur Shaheen Deputy Health Editor For Dailymail.Com and Reuters
Health officials are investigating whether Pfizer's updated Covid booster increases the risk of strokes in people over the age of 65.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said their surveillance system flagged a link between the new shot and a higher risk of an ischemic stroke three to four weeks post-vaccination.
Officials said other systems put in place to trac1653 Athlete Cardiac Arrests or Serious Issues, 1148 of Them Dead, Since COVID Injectionk vaccine injuries have not found a similar link, which makes them believe it is a statistical anomaly rather than a true cause for alarm.
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