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Two people died after being vaccinated against coronavirus in Estonia

Two people died after being vaccinated against coronavirus in Estonia
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In Estonia, two people have died after being vaccinated against the coronavirus with a Pfizer drug. The deceased were 85 and 91 years old.

As reported "News", residents of nursing homes were vaccinated with the Comirnaty vaccine, developed by the American company Pfizer in conjunction with the German BioNTech. However, doctors do not associate their death with the action of the vaccine, citing the fact that the pensioners had no side effects: no sharp rise in temperature, no vomiting.

After the coronavirus vaccination, residents of Estonian nursing homes showed a general deterioration in their condition and an increase in body temperature.

In three weeks, more than 18 thousand people were vaccinated with the vaccine produced by Pfizer in Estonia. The authorities received 87 post-vaccination complaints during this period. Those who received the vaccine reported, among other things, numbness of the face, lips or tongue. The vaccinated also complained of sweating and fluctuations in blood pressure, dizziness and tremors.

In the United States, after vaccination against coronavirus with drugs manufactured by Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna, a total of 55 people died within a few days.

After vaccination against coronavirus killed 23 people in Norway... There they also received vaccinations with Pfizer / BioNTech. This vaccine has not yet been registered in Russia. Even private clinics are prohibited from using it.

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