Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine

 Dr Photo - PORTUGAL HAS SUFFERED NO DEATHS DUE TO THE COVID-19 VACCINEThe “Vaccines Report for Covid-19” by the National Medicines Authority (Infarmed), released at the end of last week, shows Portugal has seen no deaths as a result of having the Covid vaccine, but 34 deaths after inoculation

As of the end of last week, Portugal had registered more than five thousand adverse reactions (RAM) in patients after inoculation against Covid-19. Of the 5359, more than half (2997) were considered “non-serious”

Within the 'serious adverse reaction' however, there are “serious (non-fatal)” adverse effects (2328) and “serious (fatal)” adverse effects (34)The report insists that the 34 deaths are“notifications of cases of death that occurred after vaccination without a demonstrated direct causal relationship with the vaccine administered”.

The report reveals that 73.56% (3942) of the adverse reactions were registered after the Pfizer vaccine, which is the vaccine with the most doses administered in Portugal (2,529,640).
After the Pfizer vaccine, the vaccine with the highest number of adverse reactions was AstraZeneca (1122), followed by Moderna (295). The Janssen vaccine has yet to experience any adverse reaction.

However, taking into account the doses administered (that is, if the same amount of vaccines for each brand had been administered), the results point to 41% of adverse reactions with Pfizer, 33.3% with AstraZeneca , and 25.6% with Moderna.

The most common adverse reactions in Portugal are muscle pain, joint pain (2520), headaches (1637) and fever (1494). Side effects also occur more in women than in men, and mostly affect the 30-39 and 40-49 age groups.

Latest data shows that more than 3.6 million doses have now been administered in PortugalSince Saturday, self-scheduling of the vaccine for those in the 60s age group is possible. 

Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/

 

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-1 #16 Chip 2021-05-15 11:38
Quoting graziano :
Quoting Chip:
Quoting graziano :
"Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine"Ahaha, then it must be true if the newspaper said so.

As you seem to know better perhaps you'll supply your source.

Do I seem? Did I mention any source?

Do I seem? You are passing an opinion.
Did I mention any source? No, which is why I asked for one to support your opinion.
+2 #15 graziano 2021-05-14 20:00
Quoting Chip:
Quoting graziano :
"Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine"Ahaha, then it must be true if the newspaper said so.

As you seem to know better perhaps you'll supply your source.

Do I seem? Did I mention any source? Maybe you give one more try and read again what I wrote - I'm not a native english but you certainly are: if you want to read between the lines you are free to do it but, please, keep your interpretation for yourself.
-4 #14 Chip 2021-05-14 18:25
Quoting Steve:
What is it Chip, are you willfull ignorant?

Willfull ignorant?
A brilliant example of lack of education - the correct phrase would be "wilfully ignorant".
There is no such word a willfull - it's wilful. Your wilful ignorance embarrasses you :lol:
-2 #13 Chip 2021-05-14 18:18
Quoting graziano :
"Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine"Ahaha, then it must be true if the newspaper said so.

As you seem to know better perhaps you'll supply your source.
-3 #12 Norman L 2021-05-14 14:44
Quoting Steve:

The writer of this article missed a big opportunity of using some form of sarcasm when he/she wrote this phrase.
"Portugal has seen no deaths as a result of having the Covid vaccine, but 34 deaths after inoculation."


What are you on about?
+4 #11 Steve 2021-05-14 10:29
Quoting Chip:

But it does a good job preventing you from dying Stevie and, as the headline says in big letters, "Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine".
What is it Chip, are you willfull ignorant?
The writer of this article missed a big opportunity of using some form of sarcasm when he/she wrote this phrase.
"Portugal has seen no deaths as a result of having the Covid vaccine, but 34 deaths after inoculation."
+6 #10 graziano 2021-05-13 20:16
"Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine"Ahaha, then it must be true if the newspaper said so.
-5 #9 Chip 2021-05-13 18:10
Quoting Steve:
Quoting Norman L:

Rather higher, given my age, plus I could easily pass it on to people of my age group in an even higher risk group. Vaccines protect us and those around us, including deniers, and help us stick round to die of something maybe nastier, but quite a bit later.
If we were talking about a real vaccine perhaps but we're not. This injection does not prevent you from getting the disease and it does not prevent you from transmitting it to others once you have had the injection.

But it does a good job preventing you from dying Stevie and, as the headline says in big letters, "Portugal has suffered no deaths due to the Covid-19 vaccine".
-6 #8 Norman L 2021-05-13 14:09
Quoting Steve:
Quoting Norman L:

Rather higher, given my age, plus I could easily pass it on to people of my age group in an even higher risk group. Vaccines protect us and those around us, including deniers, and help us stick round to die of something maybe nastier, but quite a bit later.
If we were talking about a real vaccine perhaps but we're not. This injection does not prevent you from getting the disease and it does not prevent you from transmitting it to others once you have had the injection.


Not perfect, indeed, which is why we still have to be careful. Let's see. What could we do? Ah, keep on with masks when necessary. I'm sure you'll be doing your bit.
+7 #7 Steve 2021-05-13 12:41
Quoting Norman L:

Rather higher, given my age, plus I could easily pass it on to people of my age group in an even higher risk group. Vaccines protect us and those around us, including deniers, and help us stick round to die of something maybe nastier, but quite a bit later.
If we were talking about a real vaccine perhaps but we're not. This injection does not prevent you from getting the disease and it does not prevent you from transmitting it to others once you have had the injection.

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