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Norway Warns Against Vaccinating the Terminally Ill

Por: The Wall Street Journal World January 19, 2021

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The Norwegian drug agency on Monday warned medical authorities in the country not to administer to terminally-ill patients because a small number of elderly people had died shortly after receiving the shot in recent days. Norway is unrolling by BioNTech SE and Pfizer Inc., and authorities have reported 23 cases of elderly recipients suffering from serious medical conditions dying days after being inoculated. The Norwegian Medicines Agency, which... + full article



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