​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The number of COVID-19 vaccines being administered is falling, as is the number of adverse reaction reports being submitted. We will therefore no longer be publishing the adverse reaction report in English. The monitoring of adverse reactions is continuing as normal, and reports will still be published in Norwegian.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Overview of suspected adverse reactions

Click here to see previous published reports​​

What does the adverse reaction numbers mean?

Each report shows all assessed suspected adverse reactions which have been reported since the vaccinartion started in Norway and until the date of the report.

All reports of suspected adverse drug reactions, regardless of whether they are reported by healthcare professionals or patients or received from vaccine manufacturers, end up in the Norwegian ADR Registry.

The updates summarize all suspected adverse reactions that have been assessed and processed.

The adverse reaction reports are assessed on a continuous basis. Reports of suspected serious adverse reactions are prioritized for assessment. The updates will therefore give a skewed picture of the distribution between serious and nonserious reports.

The adverse reaction statistics for the different covid-19 vaccines are not directly comparable because they have not been used in the covid vaccination program for the same length of time, and because the vaccines are administered to different numbers of people and to different age groups.

Adverse reactions are reported on suspicion and the reports describe events that have occurred after vaccination. Even though an event has been reported, this does not necessarily imply that a causal relationship has been established between the event and the vaccines. The known adverse reactions of the vaccines are listed in the product information.​​

Oppdatert: 21.04.2022

Publisert: 15.01.2021

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