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Sydney, April 29: Two more people died a few days after the corona vaccine in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. This information has been received on Thursday by quoting local media. A 50-year-old man died in a hospital in northeastern NSW on 21 April, eight days after receiving the vaccine, reported Xinhua. The person died of a blood clot in the lungs. While he did not have any lung problems before. According to local media, it is not yet confirmed which brand of vaccine was given to the 50-year-old person.
The Medical Drug Administration (TGA) released a statement related to the case, “TGA will review the deaths after vaccination. These fatalities have been reported after the vaccine. The other 71-year-old was already ill. AstraZeneca vaccine (AstraZeneca Vaccine) He died in Sydney after being injected. The man was suffering from a number of illnesses at the time of death. Experts were asked by NSW health officials to examine the circumstances and determine whether the vaccination had caused his death. A panel has been formed. After which the results of the investigation will be reported to the TGA. However, the TGA has already reported a possible connection between the death of the AstraZeneca vaccine and the 48-year-old NSW woman, who received blood a day after receiving the vaccine. Thakko died in hospital due to freezing. Also read: Delhi: Nearly one lakh active corona patients despite lockdown
Three more cases of blood clotting occurred after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine, including a 35-year-old woman, a 49-year-old man and an 80-year-old man. TGA said, “All three patients are medically stable. They responded well during treatment and they are recovering”. According to the TGA report, side effects caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine are headache, fever, muscle aches, chills, and fatigue. Australian health officials have already asked for doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to be applied to people over 50 years of age, while the Pfizer jab will be offered to young Australians.