Metro Manila (NCS Philippines, March 17) — The vaccine has been dominated out because the cause of death of a health care employee who acquired a COVID-19 shot within the local inoculation drive, the Department of Health mentioned Wednesday.

In a joint assertion with the Food and Drug Administration, a regulatory company below the division, the DOH disclosed that the vaccinated Filipino health employee died on Monday. The DOH mentioned the frontliner examined optimistic for COVID-19 after getting inoculated however did not specify the dates, or which model was used.

“In response, the regional and national AEFI (Adverse Events Following Immunization) committees were activated to conduct a thorough investigation of the case,” the DOH mentioned.

Investigation confirmed that the death “was caused by COVID-19 itself, not by the COVID-19 vaccine,” it added. The company harassed that COVID-19 vaccines, regardless of the model, do not cause deaths or infections.

It’s not clear if the vaccinee who died was among the many 21 recipients who experienced serious adverse side effects, akin to chest ache or issue in respiration, as reported by the DOH on Friday.

Dr. Rontgene Solante, an infectious ailments professional, earlier defined that it is still possible to test positive for COVID-19 even after vaccination if the individual was already contaminated previous to receiving the shot or was uncovered to the virus earlier than the antibodies kicked in.

Meanwhile, DOH and the FDA urged all medical frontliners to get vaccinated particularly amid the surge in infections. This week, the nation recorded round 4,000 to five,000 new COVID-19 instances day by day, and if the upward development continues, the unbiased analysis group OCTA tasks as much as 11,000 new infections per day by the top of the month.

“Millions of people around the world have received this vaccine, and evidence continues to show that the benefit of vaccination outweighs the risk of severe disease and death caused by COVID-19,” the DOH and FDA mentioned.

The Philippines has to date acquired 1.125 million doses of the Sinovac and AstraZeneca vaccines, that are donations from China and COVAX, respectively. Some 215,997 health care staff have acquired their first dose. The authorities expects extra Sinovac and AstraZeneca doses to reach this March or April, sufficient to kickstart basic public vaccinations by early May.
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