23 elderly people in Norway die after receiving Pfizer's new crown vaccine

  Overseas Network, January 15th. According to a report on the Norway TODAY website in Norway on January 14 local time, the Norwegian Medicines Agency said that Norway had 23 deaths related to the new crown vaccine of Pfizer and BioNTech, Germany. All appear in the elderly over 80 years old with weaker immunity.

  According to reports, a total of 23 deaths related to vaccines from Pfizer and BioNTech in Germany have been reported. So far, 13 cases have been verified.

The Norwegian Medicines Agency and the National Institute of Public Health have jointly reviewed the death report. At the same time, the Norwegian National Institute of Public Health has updated the new crown vaccination guidelines and provided new requirements and recommendations for the frail elderly to receive the new crown vaccine.

  Sigurd Hortemo, chief physician of the Norwegian Medicines Agency, pointed out that the report shows that common side effects (such as fever, nausea, etc.) of mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid) vaccines may be the cause of the death of these frail elderly people.

Sigurd said at the new crown vaccine webinar held on the 14th that the risk of vaccines is very small. Only in a few cases, especially for those with poor health, the side effects may cause the elderly to become more sick.

"If you are weak, you should not get the new crown vaccine." (Overseas Net Zhu Huiyue)