Does the Covid vaccine affect your fertility? Expert - 'No evidence'
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THE COVID vaccine has been given to millions around the UK, but could it affect your fertility?
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The coronavirus vaccine is now being offered to many people who are of a younger age. Lockdown easing on June 21 has been thrown into doubt as the Indian Delta variant rapidly spreads across the nation. Claims have surfaced everywhere in the past week claiming the Covid vaccine makes women infertile - but what does the science say?

The vaccine rollout in the UK has now been given to 78 percent of the adult population receive at least one dose of the jab. In total, 55.4 percent of adults in the UK have received a second dose as well. In England, people aged 25 to 29 are now able to book their vaccine, while those aged 18 and over can in Northern Ireland and Wales, and those aged 30 and over in Scotland. The Government maintains it is on track to meet its vaccination target of vaccinating all those aged 18 and above with at least one dose by the end of July. READ MORE: Royal Caribbean cruise ship hit by new coronavirus cases

Covid vaccine fertility: Does the Covid vaccine affect your fertility?

Covid vaccine fertility: The vaccine has now been given to 78 percent of adults in the UK

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