November 30, 2022

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FDA reviewed Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine today

FDA reviewed Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine today

FDA reviewed Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine today.  U.S. FDA reviewed Pfizer’s vaccine today , public may get vaccine in 12 days! The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that a meeting will be held at 9 a.m. on the 10th to discuss whether to urgently authorize the use of the COVID-19 vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer and the German biotech company BioNTech. If it goes well, it can be voted on the same day. 

FDA reviewed Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine today

Once the vote is passed, the first batch of vaccines can be shipped directly on the 11th, and the first batch of priority vaccines will be officially opened on the 12th. On the other hand, the FDA confirmed that clinical trials of this vaccine resulted in 6 deaths, of which 2 died of heart attack or stroke, and the cause of death of the remaining subjects is still being confirmed.

Clinical trial caused 6 deaths

According to the Egyptian Independent newspaper, the FDA revealed on the 9th that the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and the German biotech company BioNTech has held clinical trials a few days ago, but there have been 6 deaths in the trial. It is understood that one of the deceased suffered from obesity and arteriosclerosis, and he died 3 days after the first dose of the vaccine.

Two other people died of heart attack and stroke, and the cause of death of the remaining subjects is still under investigation. In addition, 3 of the 6 dead were over 55 years old. The FDA has previously confirmed that the vaccine is as effective as 95%, and it has also provided relevant documents to confirm that the vaccine is safe. The FDA will hold a meeting on the morning of the 10th to discuss whether to urgently authorize the use of the vaccine. If the meeting goes smoothly, a vote will be held on the same day, and the vaccine can be opened as soon as 12 days.

British regulatory agency calls for history of severe allergies not to be vaccinated

After the Pfizer crown vaccine was administered in 50 medical institutions in the UK, on ​​the 8th, 2 NHS staff members had allergic reactions due to the vaccination. Although they have recovered after receiving treatment, the exact symptoms and severity of allergies have yet to be confirmed. It is not clear which specific groups will have an allergic reaction to the vaccine. The Medical Regulatory Agency “Medicines and Medical Products Regulatory Agency” (MHRA) earlier stated that people with a history of severe allergies should not be given Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine at this stage.

 


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