Italy Italy studies not to inoculate AstraZeneca to those under 60 years of age after the death of a vaccinated 18-year-old girl
Medical staff at
hospital knew that
, the 18-year-old who died in June after vaccination, had received the first dose of
This follows from the statements of the doctors before the prosecutors
, who together with the prosecutor
investigate the death of the student on June 10 due to a thrombosis.
The prosecutors took a statement from the doctors to verify why the clinical documentation of the first hospitalization did not indicate that the young woman had received the Anglo-Swedish vaccine.
According to the girl's parents, they notified him at the same time of admission.
In addition, the investigation revealed that
sent a message to an acquaintance saying that she was admitted to the hospital "for the vaccine".
However, the unknown remains as to why it was not recorded in the clinical history.
A crucial detail: when
became ill, there were already guidelines to diagnose this type of adverse reaction to the vaccine.
received the vaccine on May 25 and on June 3 she went to
hospital with a very bad headache and photosensitivity.
She was discharged the next day, after a CT scan without contrast, despite her platelets falling sharply.
He returned to the same hospital on June 5 in serious condition due to
She was transferred to the San Martino
, she had an operation on her head, but she died on June 10.
In the second admission to the
hospital, vaccination was indicated.
The thrombosis was diagnosed after a computed tomography with contrast liquid.
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