People in many countries around the world are being vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19), but in the meantime, questions have been raised about the Pfizer Vaccine, as 23 people have died following side effects in Norway.
The Pfizer Vaccine was introduced in Norway 4 days before the new year, and 67-year-old Svein Andersen was the first to be vaccinated. Since then, 33,000 people have been vaccinated. With the onset of vaccination, it was announced that some people would have side effects.
Side effects observed in 29 people
According to a report by Russian news agency Sputnik, the Norwegian Medicine Agency said that 29 people have seen side effects, while 23 people have been linked to vaccination since the vaccination. However, only 23 of these patients have been screened so far. “There are nine serious side effects cases in 23 deaths,” Steinar Madsen, the agency’s medical director, told the country’s national broadcaster NRK.
The death toll more than 80 years old
“Investigations have shown that most of those who died were vulnerable or elderly, who lived in nursing homes,” said Steinar Madsen, director of the investigation. “Some of these people may have suffered fever and discomfort after getting the corona (COVID-19) vaccine, “he said. Then they became seriously ill and then died,” he said.
“These cases are rare and thousands of people have been vaccinated without any fatal consequences,” Madsen stressed. This means that those who died were suffering from heart disease and many other serious diseases,” he added. It is clear that vaccines are at a very low risk except for some sick people,” he said.