Norway: 29 People Die After Receiving COVID RNA Vaccine

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Norwegian officials say 23 people died in the country a short time after receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 RNA vaccine. Six more people were later added to the list. Severe severe reactions occurred in thirteen elderly people. Norway has given at least one dose to about 42,000 people, including the elderly who are considered to be at high risk for contracting the virus. In Israel, at least thirteen people suffered facial paralysis after taking the Pfizer coronavirus vaccination. -GEG

Bloomberg reported:

Norway has expressed increasing concern about the safety of the Pfizer Inc. vaccine on elderly people with serious underlying health conditions after raising their estimate of the number who died after receiving inoculations to 29.

The latest figure adds six to the number of known fatalities in Norway, and lowers the age group thought to be affected to 75 from 80. While it’s unclear exactly when the deaths occurred, Norway has given at least one dose to about 42,000 people and focused on those considered most at risk if they contract the virus, including the elderly.

Until Friday, the vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech SE was the only one available in Norway, and “all deaths are thus linked to this vaccine,” the Norwegian Medicines Agency said in a written response to Bloomberg on Saturday.


Norway said Covid-19 vaccines may be too risky for the very old and terminally ill, the most cautious statement yet from a European health authority as countries assess the real-world side effects of the first shots to gain approval.

Norwegian officials said 23 people had died in the country a short time after receiving their first dose of the vaccine. Of those deaths, 13 have been autopsied, with the results suggesting that common side effects may have contributed to severe reactions in frail, elderly people, according to the Norwegian Medicines Agency.

“For those with the most severe frailty, even relatively mild vaccine side effects can have serious consequences,” the Norwegian Institute of Public Health said. “For those who have a very short remaining life span anyway, the benefit of the vaccine may be marginal or irrelevant.”

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keith j
keith j
10 months ago

Covid-19 was never isolated and identified through the normal identification process as were the swine, bird, Hong Kong, as well as others. If anyone has ever had a “common cold”, they will test positive, being such as the covid-19 belongs to the “family of corona viruses’ “. As the nature of viruses dictate, they naturally mutate, as designed, to insure their survivability. Previous vaccines have always used the “DNA” of a weakened sample. These present “vaccines” use only the “RNA” strand. Science, by its nature, is never “settled” and the unforeseen side effects will continue to be a danger to… Read more »