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23 deaths in Norway after coronavirus vaccine

23 deaths in Norway after coronavirus vaccine

Director of the Center. Gamalei Alexander Gunzburg spoke about the potential risks of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine. In Norway, 23 people have died after being vaccinated with this drug.

According to "National News Service”, Among the dead were elderly people over 80 years old with weakened immunity. Following these cases, the National Institute of Health changed the recommendations for vaccination of this category of patients.

At the same time, as Alexander Gintsburg noted, it is important to understand whether they died after the first or second vaccination. If death occurred after the first injection of the drug, it means that they simply have not yet formed a defense. And if death occurred after the second injection, then this is a scandal.

He also noted that the American vaccine is based on RNA. And a large amount of foreign RNA when it enters the cells is perceived by the immune system as a danger, and a strong inflammatory process develops.

The Pfizer vaccine has not been registered in Russia yet. Even private clinics are prohibited from using it. 

Vaccination of Russians, according to the Ministry of Finance, will cost the country's budget 100 billion rubles... At the same time, the inhabitants of the country will be able to choose the vaccine... Already now, two drugs have entered the civil circulation at once. Registration of the first vaccine against coronavirus took place in Russia on August 11. In mid-October, Russia registered the second coronavirus vaccine - "EpiVacKoronu". They want to register the third Russian vaccine against COVID-19 to the end of the year

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