Given this situation, some people stand in line to postpone the vaccination. Some people say that it should be right, but others are wondering whether the dead person is the same company product as the vaccine.

Reporter Park Chan-beom covered the uneasy scene.


A family medicine clinic in Seoul.

Just three days ago, more than 80 people a day came to get the flu vaccine, but 10 did not come yesterday.

Instead, the number of inquiries only increased significantly, but people who came to get the vaccine often asked about the manufacturer's location and whether it was the same company product as the vaccine that the people who died had been hit.

[Disabled/People who wish to get the flu vaccine: Recently, there were side effects, and some died, but I am a little worried about the safety.]

There were cases in which three generations of families delayed vaccination.

[Lee Jong-seop/Yongsan-gu, Seoul: My son doesn't fit, and no one in my house fits.

I'll be right later.

My mother is 84 years old, but I'm afraid I'll go wrong because of anxiety...


Hospitals are asking you to fill out a more thorough preliminary questionnaire asking about your health status before vaccination.

Determine if you have an underlying disease, have experienced adverse vaccine-related side effects, and are allergic to eggs used to make vaccines.

Experts say the current death cases should not be avoided as the flu vaccine and the clear causal link are still unknown.

[Seol-ah Chae / Family medicine specialist: The most common side effects are redness and pain in the affected area.

Most of them all settle after 2-3 days.

If you have redness, you can use ice packs, or if it is very difficult, you can take painkillers or antipyretics.] The

KCDC asks you to get the vaccine on a good day, at least 15 minutes at the vaccination center, and check for adverse reactions and then return home. Recommended.