A further person has died in Scotland where the underlying cause was adverse effects of the Covid-19 vaccine, bringing the total number of such deaths to five, the National Records of Scotland (NRS) has said.
The statistics body said 4.2 million people had been given at least one vaccine dose as of September 30.
A total of 11,262 people have now died in Scotland with confirmed or suspected coronavirus, it added.
The latest data shows 126 fatalities which mentioned Covid-19 on the death certificate were registered in the week October 4-10, a decrease of 17 on the previous week.
As at 10 October 2021, 11,262 COVID-related deaths registered. 126 registered in the latest week, 17 fewer than previous week. Deaths from all causes in Scotland in this week was 1,353 – 315, or 30%, more than the 5 year average. https://t.co/8J9Xjsc828 #NRSStats #COVID-19 pic.twitter.com/sSBeqgJFQT
— NatRecordsScot (@NatRecordsScot) October 13, 2021