10 Dead with 51 Severe Side-Effects Among Germany’s Elderly after Experimental Pfizer COVID Injections

The institute also reported six anaphylaxis cases. So far, there have been 325 cases of side-effects allegedly related to the vaccine, including 51 severe ones. Keller-Stanislawski stated that those results are within expectations and correspond to the US vaccination statistics.

National Addiction News

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Specialists from Germany’s Paul Ehrlich Institute are looking into the deaths of 10 people who passed away soon after having been inoculated against the novel coronavirus disease, Brigitte Keller-Stanislawski, the head of the institute’s department of safety of medicinal products and medical devices, said on Thursday.

According to the medical expert, the deceased were aged from 79 to 93, all with antecedent diseases. The time between vaccination and death ranged from several hours to four days.

“Until yesterday we had nine cases; we have to wait for the data from Lower Saxony [about another alleged case], then there will be 10.

We are talking about patients in extremely grave condition, with multiple diseases, who were receiving palliative treatment.”

In late December, Germany launched a vaccination campaign against COVID-19, using the vaccine developed by companies Pfizer and BioNTech. As of this day, 842,000 people have received the vaccine. The first…

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2 thoughts on “10 Dead with 51 Severe Side-Effects Among Germany’s Elderly after Experimental Pfizer COVID Injections

  1. Weathercycles, some of us are more concerned about the potential link between these vaccines and the development of chronic autoimmune illnesses. The link between other vaccines and autoimmune illness has only become apparent in the last decade. And it can only be discerned by following vaccinated patients over time (months or years).

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