The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has revealed that women in their thirties who have been vaccinated with the new coronavirus have reported severe allergic symptoms called "anaphylaxis."

The third report of anaphylaxis after vaccination is that the symptoms have improved.

According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, anaphylaxis was reported in women in their 30s.

On the 7th, when he was vaccinated with the new coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer, a major American pharmaceutical company, symptoms such as coughing, suffocation, and discomfort in his throat were confirmed about 5 minutes later.

He received medication and his symptoms improved, but he was hospitalized to monitor his progress.

The woman has had anaphylaxis in food and animals in the past, and was reported by a medical institution as "related to vaccination."

Anaphylaxis was reported for the third time, and more than 46,000 healthcare workers have been vaccinated in the country by 5 pm on the 5th of this month.

Professor Tomohiro Morio of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, who is the chairman of the expert group of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, said, "I have the impression that reports are more frequent than in Europe and the United States, but it is important to analyze the background of the affected person. We will examine and evaluate the cases so far. "