Norway warns of Pfizer-BioNtech vaccination after 23 died and several serious

Norway witnesses 23 deaths shortly after Pfizer Vaccination

It may come as a shock yet it is true that 23 old people have succumbed to death shortly after taking the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine for the Covid-19 virus while some others also have fallen ill.

Norway has said that the Covid-19 vaccines may be too risky for elderly people or those having severe corona symptoms. Norway had approved the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine in December 2020 and also approved the Moderna Inc. vaccine in January.

Almost 33,000 people have been vaccinated in Norway so far with the first of the two shots. The second shot is supposed to be given after 21 days.

Pfizer-BioNtech is an mRNA-based vaccine created by the Pfizer company based in New York and works on treating and preventing diseases and the vaccine is circulated in many European countries as well as US.

According to the sources, the connection between the vaccine and the deaths of the elderly hasn’t been established, however, the autopsy has revealed almost the same symptoms among 13 out of the 23 dead people.

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Among the sick, 9 had fatal side effects with less consequence including allergic reactions, strong discomfort, and severe fever while 7 of them had less severe symptoms.

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health is currently investigating the deaths and sickness of those who have been successfully vaccinated.

The Norwegian Institute has also advised against vaccinating the elderly people and those having severe symptoms. They have also advised doctors to carefully consider if a person needs to be vaccinated.

 

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