1 in 13 People Reported Medical Issues After the Shot, Most of Which Were Well After 2 Weeks

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Attorney Aaron Siri explains that 25% of those 1 in 13 people needed emergency care or were hospitalized, and another 40% sought urgent care.

When did they report these medical issues? Most of them did well after the two-week mark (not cumulative):

Days 1 to 7 - 0.32%
Days 8 to 14 - 0.67%
Days 15 to 21 - 1.06%
Days 22 to 28 - 2.88%
Days 29 to 45 - 4.96%
Days 36 to 42 - 6.93%

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