Only two days after getting Pfizer‘s coronavirus vaccine, a health care worker in Portugal expired. The deceased, a 41-year-old female who also had two children, was identified as Sonia Acevedo. Sonia had no previous health problems, and after getting her vaccine dose, she did not build any kind of adverse or negative effects.
In Portugal, health workers from given shots against covid-19 developed by Pfizer, and almost all of the health workers were actually doing fine except for some complaints about jabbing during the process.
However, now after this recent and sudden death, there are various questions that are disturbing the company badly about the safety of the consumer taking it.
Distraught Family Asks For Answers:
Abilio Acevedo, Sonia’s father, called the death of his daughter’s death “sudden” and asked the officials to investigate her death.
“She was okay. She hadn’t had any health problems. She had the COVID-19 vaccine but she didn’t have any symptoms. I don’t know what happened. I just want answers. I want to know what led to my daughter’s death,” Abilio told Portuguese media outlets.
Sonia worked at the Portuguese Oncology Institute as an organizational assistant. Sonia was provided the coronavirus vaccine produced by Pfizer as she was a frontline health care worker.
“With regards to the sudden death of an operational assistant from the Porto IPO on January 1, 2021, the Board of Directors confirms the event and expresses sincere regret to family and friends in the certainty that this loss is also felt here,” said the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in a recent statement.
The National Health Service (NHS) of England warned a few days ago that people who have a history of adverse allergy based reactions really should not receive the coronavirus vaccine. This warning was provided by the National Health Service after two NHS staff experienced an anaphylactoid reaction after obtaining the Pfizer shot vaccine.
“As is common with new vaccines the MHRA (regulator) have advised on a precautionary basis that people with a significant history of allergic reactions do not receive this vaccination,” said Stephen Powis, National Medical Director for the NHS.
In the meantime, Pfizer announced that without “cutting any corners,” the company is carrying out the COVID-19 vaccine. Albert Bourla, chief executive of Pfizer, said the coronavirus vaccine is being tested like every other vaccination currently accessible in the marketplace.