Numerous deaths after Covid-19 vaccine under investigation; so far officials suspect no link to shot
At least 9 deaths after the Covid-19 vaccine in 6 countries are being investigated or have already been examined.
Health officials say that, so far, there is no reason to think the deaths are connected to the shots. However, they say they’re taking every precaution to conduct thorough reviews, particularly since the vaccine is being used on an experimental basis due to the pandemic emergency. Scientists say that typically, some adverse events related to a new medicine are only identified after they’re in widespread use.
Deaths have been reported in the U.S., Switzerland, Sweden, Israel, Portugal, and Norway.
Two deaths occurred in health care workers who were said to be “healthy” prior to vaccination: a Florida doctor and a nurse in Portugal.
Two deaths are reported among elderly residents in Switzerland, including the first person to get a Covid-19 vaccine. There were also two deaths of elderly men in Israel, each within two hours of a Covid-19 shot. An elderly Swedish man also passed away.
The death of the youngest person was that of the Portugal nurse: a 41-year old mother.
According to Bloomberg, 25 million doses of vaccine have been given in 25 countries.
“Healthy” physician in Florida dies two weeks after Covid-19 vaccination
Reported Jan. 10, 2021
U.S. health officials are investigating the death of a south Florida physician who passed awayunexpectedly two weeks after receiving a first dose of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine.
Dr. Gregory Michael, 56, was a Miami-Beach obstetrician. He reportedly was vaccinated on December 18 at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Three days later, according to reports, “small spots began to appear on his feet and hands.” He went to the Emergency Room at Mount Sinai and was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit with a blood count “far below normal ranges.”
He suffered a stroke and died.
Authorities have not yet released any conclusions about Dr. Michael’s cause of death. Read Full Article >