The death of the teacher vaccinated with AstraZeneca has a possible causality with the serum: the conclusion of the autopsy

The final autopsy report on the teacher from Marbella (Málaga), who died on March 16 due to a stroke caused by an aneurysm, establishes “a possible causality” between death and the AstraZeneca vaccine. This was announced this Friday by the Deputy Minister of Health and Families of the Andalusian Government, Catalina García.

“What this definitive report comes to say is that the cause of death remains the same, but it seems to be, and that will have to be analyzed by Pharmacovigilance and the Spanish Medicines Agency, which is where all the reports are derived, a possible causality with some effects described in the latest scientific studies”, explained the counselor.

However, the deputy minister has sent a message of “tranquility” to the population, pointing out that the possibility of a person who becomes infected with COVID suffering a thromboembolic episode is 16.5%; while “with the AstraZeneca vaccine the probability is 0.00034%”. Thus he explains that side effects “exist in everything”, while he has asked to convey “confidence” to the population so that the vaccination process continues, which in his opinion, “is the only measure that will save our lives and will save us of the virus”, he concluded.

The European Medicines Agency found no risk factors in women

The EMA report did find a relationship between the cases of , but concluded that it is a very rare adverse reaction and that the vaccine was safe because the benefits outweighed the risk. In the same pronouncement, in addition, the European body could not establish a series of risk factors such as age, sex or previous illnesses. In the same way, the scientist who reported the cause of thrombosis, Andreas Greinacher, asked by the SINC agency, recently explained that he is “increasingly skeptical”

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“In Germany it occurs in young women because 73% of the toilets are,” explained the scientist. “The information I have from Canada is that they are beginning to see it in men and women alike, and in the United Kingdom it is quite balanced, although it tends somewhat towards women. It is not a disease of young women,” he said. However, the expert commented that women are somewhat more likely to develop an autoimmune response, which is the trigger for clotting.

What warning symptoms of thrombosis must be taken into account

The resolution of the EMA also explained that thrombosis is a very rare adverse reaction, however, it asked the vaccinated and health professionals to be attentive to

1. Shortness of breath.

2. Chest or stomach pain.

3. Swelling or coldness in an arm or leg.

4. Severe or worsening headache or blurred vision after vaccination.

5. Persistent bleeding.

6. Multiple small bruises, reddish or purplish spots, or blood blisters under the skin.

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