Bad luck or death with the vaccine?


The panic wave of the “AstraZeneca” vaccine did not subside until it returned to the fore again with the deaths of Mahmoud Al-Halabi (30 years) and Jan Al-Maalouf (57 years) after receiving the first dose of the vaccine. This death hit the confidence in the vaccine, which he had worked to build “an inch and a few”, and struck in its path the path that “AstraZeneca” had taken, which he had been inoculated with until the moment of the news of death about 50 thousand.There is no evidence of a link between the clots that occurred in the two victims and the vaccine. So far, the Pharmacovigilance Committee has not completed its investigations in this regard, “so that the matter can be based on it,” according to what sources say. As there is a long path of medical examinations “some of which may need to be performed abroad because they are accurate examinations,” according to what the head of the Parliamentary Health Committee, Asim Araji, said, noting that “what is happening now is just speculation and analysis.” As for the medical reasoning, nothing is settled about whether the vaccine was the cause, or if it was just bad luck. Nevertheless, medical sources are trying to conclude the results from what scientific studies say. According to them, “These studies have not shown, until now, that there is a link between AstraZeneca and the occurrence of clots on the heart,” based on what happened with Al-Halabi, who died of a heart attack three days after receiving it. The vaccine. In addition to that, his family and initial investigations reported that the young man was suffering from chest pain when he received the vaccine. In the case of Maalouf, who died after a severe hemorrhage in the brain 12 days after receiving the vaccine, these, although they do not exclude the hypothesis of death with the vaccine, indicate that its side effects appear on the fifth day of receiving it. Either way, the wait is a reality.
Until the investigations were issued by the guardian ministry, the clamor of the two deaths caused a crisis of confidence with “AstraZeneca” among the people. Today, many people refrain from receiving it, waiting for what will restore that confidence. This decision, although it is “individual”, affects the course of vaccination, and returns the debate on “AstraZeneca”. In this context, the head of the National Committee for Follow-up to Corona Vaccine, Dr. Abdel-Rahman El-Bizri, indicates that he is in the process of raising a recommendation to the Ministry of Health and those concerned to raise the “age of vaccination” with “AstraZeneca” to 40 years, after “studies have shown that the incidence of dangerous side effects It becomes less as the age is advanced. ‘ Al-Bizri relies in this request on a basic reason – added to scientific studies – which is “the plurality of vaccines in the country, as there is a possibility to use the vaccines that are in our hands in the best possible way and distribute them according to their effectiveness.” This recommendation comes after it had been previously decided to administer the vaccine from the ages of thirty to sixty-five.
On the other end of the controversy surrounding “AstraZeneca”, there is a question raised by some doctors involved in vaccinations about whether complications and side effects are the preserve of this vaccine. Could there be death only because of “AstraZeneca”, if this link is proven? The answer, according to them, is “no,” noting that the “Pfizer” and “Sputnik” vaccines also “recorded much more effects and complications than the AstraZeneca vaccine.” In this context, medical sources indicate that “5 deaths occurred after receiving doses from Pfizer in Lebanon, including an elderly man at the age of 84 who died only half an hour after receiving the vaccine, in addition to serious complications and hospitalization.” And while the link between the deaths that occurred and the vaccines has not yet been proven, especially since investigations here also have not ended, “However, symptoms and complications accompany any drug product, and it is not limited to one product without another.” Therefore, they tend to “lack of education and health awareness among the people, as among some doctors who sometimes refer prescriptions under which they request to replace AstraZeneca with Pfizer because the patient has a certain medical condition”! However, what if you did not “cut out” that medical condition with “Pfizer” or “Sputnik”? What will be the opinion of the doctors then? This is what the followers of the vaccination file conclude with.

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