29 people killed in Norway after the covid vaccine, questions raised on Pfizer vaccine, know what happened so far

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Vaccination campaigns are being carried out to eliminate the global epidemic of coronavirus, including in India. Four days before the new year in Norway, Pfizer's Coronavirus vaccine was introduced. So far, 29 people have died after the vaccination in Norway and the condition of 75 people remains critical.


More than 25,000 people have been vaccinated in the country since the Kovid vaccination campaign started on 27 December last year. Those who died in Norway took their first dose of the vaccine, after which their health deteriorated. The government says that vaccination can be quite risky for people who are sick and elderly. Of the 29 people who died, 13 have been confirmed to have died from the vaccine, while others are under investigation in the case of death.


Death toll exceeds 80

The Norweyin Medicine Agency said that among the people investigated for the deaths were vulnerable, elderly people who lived in nursing homes. Among those who died, all were above 80 years of age. At the same time, the death of six people on Saturday is around 75 years. It is likely that these patients suffered from side effects of fever and restlessness after being vaccinated, making them seriously ill. Due to this, he died. Since then, the question is also being raised as to which groups are to be vaccinated in the National Immunization Program.


What happened so far

According to the Norwegian Medicine Agency (NMA), the Kovid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech is the only vaccine available in Norway and all deaths are seen to be associated with it.

According to the Norwin Medicine Agency, 13 have been reported so far, suggesting that the common side effect caused severe reactions in sick, elderly people. At the same time, the results of the investigation of 16 people are awaited.

The side effects seen in most people are nausea, vomiting, and fever, etc., due to which their condition is worsening.

After Pfizer's vaccine was questioned, the company said it was investigating the deaths with BioNotech and NIPH.

Norway has not yet asked young children and healthy people to avoid getting vaccinated.

The elderly will not get the benefit of the vaccine

Norwein Institute of Public Health says that those who are very old and feel that there is little time left in their life, then such people are hardly likely to get the benefit of the vaccine or even if they get it.