46 Residents of a Nursing Home in Spain Have Died After the Covid Vaccine


Health officials have stopped administering the Pfizer vaccine after 46 residents of a nursing home in Spain have died after being inoculated with the Covid vaccine. The residents who died just received the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 in early January, according to the Spanish press, via LifeSiteNews.

Staff first reported an outbreak of coronavirus at Nuestra Señora del Rosario, a nursing home in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain, on January 12, following a vaccine distribution campaign.

The Ministry of Housing and Families intervened in the private unit that houses over 100 residents and where the local press reported on February 4 that 28 of the 94 residents, as well as 12 staff members were tested positive with COVID-19.

At another nursing home in the same province in southwestern Spain, in Novo Sancti Petri, Chiclani, 22 elderly residents died and 103 were infected as a result of the vaccination campaign.

Similar outbreaks and deaths from vaccination have been reported worldwide:

29 elderly people died in Norway shortly after being vaccinated with Pfizer serum.

13 deaths among the 40 residents of a nursing home in Germany were considered a “tragic coincidence”.

10 deaths of German patients at a palliative care center within a few to four days of COVID-19 vaccination were considered a “coincidence”.

22 of the 72 people in a nursing home in Basingstoke, England, have died from vaccination.

24 seniors from a nursing home in Syracuse, NY, have died from COVID-19 since January 9, 2021, despite being vaccinated since December 22, 2020.

7 adults living in a care home in Saskatoon tested positive for coronavirus one week after residents were vaccinated at the Sherbrooke Community Center, according to the CBC. There were no positive cases at the time of vaccination.

Seven residents of a Montreal care unit tested positive for Covid-19 within 28 days of vaccination with Pfizer, prompting the province of Quebec to postpone the second dose of Pfizer.

Scotland’s Abercorn Care Home, which began COVID-19 vaccinations on December 14, 2020, reported a virus outbreak until January 10, and the region’s National Health Service declined to comment on whether the vaccinated residents were ill.

10 cases of COVID-19 were reported on January 28 among the elderly who had received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine at a single care home in Stockholm, Sweden. Residents were vaccinated on December 27 and again on January 19.

The death toll from COVID-19 in the small British enclave of Gibraltar was 16, before the Pfizer vaccination campaign was launched on January 10, 2021. After immunization, up to 53 deaths occurred 10 days later and 70 after another seven days.

According to Reuters, the Gibraltar Health Authority said there was “no evidence of a causal link” between 6 of the deaths investigated and the Pfizer vaccine, despite the fact that people tested negative for Covid-19 before vaccination, but positive “in the next few days ”.

In Israel, 4,500 cases of COVID-19 occurred in patients after receiving a dose of Pfizer vaccine. 375 of these vaccinated patients required hospitalization, the Israeli press reported on January 12.

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