“The experts of Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products figure out the circumstances of the death of a teacher in Marbella from a cerebral hemorrhage after the vaccination with AstraZeneca,” the message said.
It is established that a 43-year-old teacher from Marbella, who had no pathologies earlier, was vaccinated with AstraZeneca on March 3. Several hours after that, she appealed to the emergency department of the hospital with headache and discomfort.
The medics estimated the symptoms of a woman as usual side effects after the vaccination and discharged her. In ten days, she appealed to the hospital again as her state did not improve.
During the first CT scan, no serious issues were detected; however, the study of the next day showed massive brain hemorrhage. The doctors tried to eliminate it during the surgery; however, the woman was not saved.
It is noted that three cases of blood clots were spotted in Spain after the AstraZeneca vaccination. Totally, over 900,000 people were vaccinated in Spain with this drug.
Due to the blood clots, some countries stopped the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine; particularly, Denmark, Austria, Estonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia and Cyprus. Norway is not an EU member but it also stopped the use of AstraZeneca. Later, Bulgaria, Thailand and Romania joined this list. Soon, Ireland and the Netherlands also refused from AstraZeneca’s use.
Germany, France and Italy also confirmed the refusal from the AstraZeneca vaccine.
In Norway, three medics were hospitalized with blood clots. While a woman died after AstraZeneca shot in Croatia.