Information on the current situation, as of 23 July 2021
Development over time
Reports of suspected adverse vaccination reactions (AVR), Switzerland and Liechtenstein, 23.03.2021 to 21.07.2021
Serious adverse vaccination reactions are those that are fatal or life-threatening, require hospitalisation or the extension of hospitalisation, lead to permanent or serious disability or incapacity or manifest in a congenital malformation/birth defect. They also include reactions that are judged to be medically important because they acutely endanger patients or require treatment to prevent a serious outcome.
All other side effects are deemed to be non-serious side effects.
The reports concern suspected cases of adverse vaccination reactions (AVRs). An AVR may have a temporal relationship with the vaccination. This does not mean, however, that the AVR was triggered by the vaccination. The reports of suspected cases to Swissmedic are sometimes delayed and therefore the information presented can only be related to a limited extent to the total number of vaccinations administered. Given this delay, reports are presented here by the date of verification by Swissmedic.
Total reports of suspected adverse vaccination reactions (AVR)
Total administered vaccine doses