09:51 Man killed in China vaccination on the 2nd, Hong Kong government decided to continue with vaccination plan



The Hong Kong Department of Health said on the 2nd that a serious abnormal incident occurred after the Wuhan pneumonia vaccine was indirectly administered that night. A 63-year-old man was vaccinated with the China Kexing vaccine on the 26th and died of breathing difficulties on the 28th.  (Bloomberg profile photo)

The Hong Kong Department of Health said on the 2nd that a serious abnormal incident occurred after the Wuhan pneumonia vaccine was indirectly administered that night. A 63-year-old man was vaccinated with the China Kexing vaccine on the 26th and died of breathing difficulties on the 28th. (Bloomberg profile photo)

2021/03/03 09:51

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]The Hong Kong Department of Health stated on the 2nd that a serious abnormal incident occurred after being indirectly vaccinated against Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) that night. A 63-year-old man was vaccinated on the 26th. Xing Vaccine, died of breathing difficulties on the 28th and was sent to hospital. Hong Kong government officials said that the cause and effect of the incident has not been established, and the vaccination plan will continue to be implemented.

A 63-year-old Hong Kong man was vaccinated on the 26th and developed acute breathing difficulties on the 28th. He went to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment on his own. The emergency department doctor initially diagnosed bronchitis and was transferred to the internal medicine ward at about 3 in the morning, but the patient’s condition deteriorated rapidly. The rescue failed and he died at about 6 o’clock, becoming the first case of death in Hong Kong after vaccination in China.

According to Hong Kong media reports, Lin Wenjian, director of the Center for Health Protection of the Hong Kong Department of Health, said on the 3rd that the government and the Department of Health are very concerned about the incident and will hold a meeting of the Vaccine Clinical Event Evaluation Expert Committee as soon as possible today to conduct causality assessment. Lin Wenjian said that the cause and effect of this incident has not been established. The government approved the emergency use of vaccines after review. The benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks, and the vaccination plan will continue.

Lin Wenjian emphasized that people should not be vaccinated if they have severe chronic diseases, allergies to vaccine components, or severe neurological diseases. If in doubt, they should consult their family physician or medical staff before vaccination.

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