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Austrian woman dies after receiving AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine
Austrian woman dies after receiving AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. On March 7, local time, the Austrian Federal Department of Health and Security stated on its official website that it had received two interim reports related to vaccination in the same batch of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine in Zwettl, Lower Austria.
According to the report, a 49-year-old woman died of severe coagulation dysfunction after receiving the batch of vaccines; another 35-year-old woman developed pulmonary embolism and is currently recovering.
The agency stated that there is currently no evidence that vaccination is causally related to the two incidents. Based on clinical data, coagulation is not a known or typical side effect. Relevant experts are investigating this. At the same time, for safety reasons, vaccinations of affected batches of vaccines for the people will be suspended.
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According to a report issued by the Austrian Federal Office of Health Care Safety (BASG), from December 27, 2021 to February 26, 2021, 41 people in Austria died after being vaccinated with Pfizer/BioNtech’s nCOVID-19vaccine, but the authorities found no deaths and vaccines. There is no connection between.
The report pointed out: “BASG has received 41 cases of death shortly after vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine (all Pfizer/BioNtech vaccines). There is no fact that these cases are related to the vaccine, and the investigation is still ongoing.”
According to the report, the connection between 3 deaths and the vaccine was ruled out through pathological anatomy. 11 people died after being vaccinated during the incubation period after infection with the COVID-19 virus, 19 people were presumably killed by their own serious diseases, and the remaining 8 people died. The situation has not yet been ascertained.
After the EU approved the use of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer/BioNtech in the country, Austria started vaccination for its citizens on December 27, 2020.
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