The Office for National Statistics (ONS) analysed hospitalisations, vaccination records and death registrations in England among 12 to 29 year-olds to assess the impact of the Covid-19 jab and infection.
After one dose of a non-mRNA vaccine, which includes the AstraZeneca jab, there was evidence of an increased risk of cardiac death in young women, the ONS said.
Cardiac death could include cardiac arrest, heart disease, and myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle).
The risk was 3.5 times higher in the 12 weeks following the vaccination, compared with the longer-term risk.
If there is a difference in the risk of death after vaccination compared to longer term, this shows a link to the jab, the researchers said.
However, overall among 12 to 29 year-olds in England mortality was not significantly increased in the first 12 weeks after a vaccination, compared to the longer-term risk.
The number of deaths registered in England involving Covid-19 vaccines causing adverse effects is miniscule compared to the number administered – 59 compared with 144.7 million.
Of the 59 deaths, three were in people aged under 30, the ONS said.
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