South Korea’s death toll rose to 72 after influenza vaccination 71 of which had a low correlation with vaccination
According to a report from the Korean Agency for Disease Control on the 29th, as of 0:00 that day, the number of deaths after influenza vaccination in Korea rose to 72, of which 62 were over 70.
According to the Korean Agency for Disease Control, after analyzing the cause of death of 71 deaths, the results show that the correlation between the cause of death of related cases and influenza vaccination is very low, so the current influenza vaccine will not be stopped.
Vaccination work. According to the Department of Disease Management, after analyzing the 25 new deaths, it was found that none of them had any acute abnormal reactions that may occur after vaccination, and there were no cases of severe abnormal reactions after vaccination in the same batch.
On the 16th of this month, a 17-year-old high school student in Incheon died two days after being vaccinated with influenza. Since then, many places in South Korea have reported deaths after being vaccinated.