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Japan COVID-19: More than 100 people have been vaccinated with expired vaccines.
On October 8. According to Japan’s “Daily News”, Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan said on the 7th that a medical institution in the city mistakenly vaccinated 145 people with expired COVID-19 vaccines, and no one has appeared so far.
The Kishiwada city government said that all the wrongly vaccinated vaccines were Pfizer vaccines and had expired refrigerated shelf life, but the city government omitted to record the shelf life data.
Recently, the municipal government discovered that the data was incorrect in the vaccination record system, and only discovered this oolong when reviewing the actual operation of the medical institution.
Up to now, there have been many cases of COVID-19 vaccination oolong incidents in Japan, including repeated use of vaccine syringes, inoculation of expired vaccines, wrong vaccination intervals or vaccination targets, etc.
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