January 24 According to US media reports, a person infected with COVID-19 in California died on the 21st, hours after being vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
At present, the cause of death has not been identified, and it is not clear whether the deceased was vaccinated against Modena or Pfizer.
According to Fox News, the office of the sheriff in Placer County, California, announced on Saturday (23rd) that a resident who tested positive for the novel coronavirus in December 2020 was vaccinated on January 21, 2021, but died a few hours later.
The Sheriff’s Office said that several local, state and federal agencies are actively investigating the case.
It’s too early to talk about the cause of death, and the results of the investigation have yet to be released.
According to the report, it is not clear whether the deceased was vaccinated against Moderna or Pfizer.
According to previous reports, a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 22nd showed that as of January 10, a total of 4041,396 people in the United States had been vaccinated against the first dose of the novel coronavirus vaccine developed by Modena Corporation, and a total of 1,266 adverse reactions (the adverse reaction rate was about 0.03%) had been reported.
including 10 allergic reactions. Previously, the center reported that as of December 23, 2020, a total of 1,893,360 people in the United States had been vaccinated against the first dose of Pfizer against the novel coronavirus, with a total of 4,393 adverse reactions reported, including 21 allergic reactions.
According to Johns Hopkins University, California has died on average of 423 people per day from COVID-19 in the past month. The state has recorded 36,362 deaths so far.