4th Child Died in Vietnam Due to ‘Overreaction’ from Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA-based COVID-19 Vaccine

4th Child Died in Vietnam Due to ‘Overreaction’ from Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA-based COVID-19 Vaccine

Recently, TrialSite reported that 120 children became ill from the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine, while at least three children died due to unfortunate responses to the vaccine. Now, news out of Vietnam raises more trouble, as yet another child died after COVID-19 inoculation with BNT162b2. While still a rare event, the news is no less concerning. 

A 15-year-old boy died, representing the fourth pediatric death associated with the COVID-19 vaccine. The boy lived in Son La, a northern province in this Southeast Asian nation. The boy resided with his family in the Thuan Chau District and received the first BNT162b2 dose on Dec. 4 but all looked OK, with no symptoms an hour after the vaccine’s injection, reported Nguyen Huu Hung, deputy director of Son La’s health department to VnExpress. However, just a couple of days later, concerning symptoms surfaced including dizziness and nausea. The boy was taken to the local hospital, then transferred to Son La General Hospital where he passed away days later.

Four children have died due to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, including:

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