December 28th – On the 28th, local time, a 75-year-old man from the city of Beit Sheaan, Israel, died two hours after being vaccinated against Pfizer.
The Ministry of Health said that preliminary examinations did not show a link between the unfortunate incident and vaccination.
According to an Israeli national news website on the 28th, the man was vaccinated against Pfizer at 8:30 a.m. that day.
After watching, he did not have any adverse reactions, so he returned home. About two hours later, the man suddenly lost consciousness and was later confirmed to have died of heart failure.
The man had multiple heart attacks with active heart disease and a malignancy, the country’s health ministry said.
“This morning the man was vaccinated against the coronavirus and died at home shortly after.” It is reported that the Ministry of Health has organized a case investigation committee, headed by the Department of Safety and Quality of the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry of Health said, “We share the grief of the families of the deceased.
Preliminary examinations did not show a link between this unfortunate incident and vaccination.” He added that “vaccination will continue.”
It is understood that on December 19, local time, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was publicly vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, becoming the first vaccinated in Israel.
Netanyahu also promised that millions of Pfizer vaccines would arrive in Israel by the end of this month, and urged all Israelis to go for the vaccine.
The elderly man in Israel died after being vaccinated. Ministry of Health: Preliminary investigation has nothing to do with vaccines.
December 29 According to Israel’s Jerusalem Post, Israel recently launched a coronavirus vaccination plan. On the 28th local time, a 75-year-old man in the north died of a heart attack two hours after being vaccinated against Pfizer.
The Israeli Ministry of Health subsequently said that no incident was related to vaccination after preliminary examination.
The old man was reportedly vaccinated at the clinic at 8:30 a.m. that day. He stayed for a short time to observe that there were no adverse reactions.
He was allowed to go home. Then he suddenly lost consciousness and confirmed that he died of heart failure.
The Ministry of Health also pointed out that the elderly have a history of heart disease and have had many heart attacks in the past. The department has set up a committee to investigate and pay tribute to the survivors of the deceased.
As of the evening of the 28th, Israel has vaccinated 500,000 medical staff, people over 60 years old and patients with chronic diseases, and teachers and school staff will be vaccinated in the near future.
Prime Minister Netanyahu said Israel’s goal is to vaccinate 150,000 people every day.