Japan: 2 Men Died Following Covid Vax found to Contain Metal Flakes that React to Magnets

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Japan: Two healthy men, ages 30 and 38 with no pre-existing illnesses, died days after receiving the Moderna vaccine found to contain tiny metal flakes that reportedly reacted to magnets. Thirty-nine vials were found to contain the fragments last week at eight centers in five prefectures, including Tokyo. More than 1.6-million doses have been withdrawn. -GEG

Two men in their 30s died last week after receiving covid shots from Moderna that officials discovered contained “foreign matter” that “reacts to magnets.”

From The Times, “Fears over metal flakes in Moderna vaccine after two deaths”:

Two men with no pre-existing illnesses died days after receiving Moderna vaccines from a batch in Japan contaminated with tiny metal flakes.

Thirty-nine vaccine vials were found to contain the fragments last week at eight centres in five prefectures, including Tokyo. They were part of three batches made for Moderna in Spain. At least 180,000 people are understood to have been injected from the batches.

More than 1.6 million doses have been withdrawn. The men, aged 30 and 38, developed fevers shortly after receiving their second doses early this month and died within days.

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