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Post-vaccination deaths not directly related to Covid vaccine, experts say

Concerns have been raised after a number of people died shortly after they received the Covid-19 vaccine.

Scientists have stated that the evidence available does not incriminate the Covid-19 vaccine, with health agencies bringing attention to the fact that the majority of these post-vaccination related deaths occurred in elderly people or those who were already vulnerable and often sick.

In Norway, there were 34 deaths reported among some 20,000 retirement home residents who received the Pfizer and BioNtech vaccine.

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health reported that at least 13 of the fatalities were not only elderly but considered frail with serious ailments.

No analysis has yet been carried out on the causes of deaths but it was suggested that with elderly and vulnerable people, the normal side effects of vaccinations would have contributed.

Concerns are still rising due to the number of post-vaccination deaths, as well as a care worker in Portugal who died following inoculation but it has been stressed by health authorities that no link between the vaccination and reported deaths has been discovered.

UK medicines regulator MHRA stated, “It is not unexpected that some of these people may naturally fall ill due to their age or underlying conditions shortly after being vaccinated, without the vaccine playing any role in that,”.


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