144 people in Taiwan died after being vaccinated with AstraZeneca
Taiwan’s "China Times Electronic News" reported on June 23 that Taiwan yesterday (22) added 25 deaths after vaccination with AstraZeneca, a total of 144 cases. Many deceased persons have to be judged after judicial autopsy to determine the cause of death, and some deceased persons were found to have their own underlying diseases after autopsy.
Taiwan Epidemic Command Center spokesperson Zhuang Renxiang said that Taiwan added 103 cases of adverse reactions after vaccination with AstraZeneca on the 22nd, of which 46 were non-serious adverse reactions and 25 died after vaccination. Among the 25 cases, there were 18 women and 7 men, aged between 50-101 years old, and 16 were over 75 years old. The deaths occurred within 1 to 7 days after vaccination.
Zhuang Renxiang introduced two cases in detail. One of them was a 50-year-old woman with dialysis experience and a history of hypertension. Suspected peritonitis occurred the day after vaccination, and surgery was performed immediately. Two days after the operation, she died due to ineffective first aid. A judicial autopsy will be conducted on June 25. Another case was a 50-year-old male who had long-term kidney dialysis. He developed diarrhea and nausea the next day after vaccination. He was lying at home in the early morning of the next day. He had no breathing and heartbeat. He died the same day. After an autopsy, he found that hemimembranous disease, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.
Zhou Zhihao, director of Taiwan's "Disease Control Agency", said that the cause of death after being infected with the new crown virus may be the new crown virus, or it may be its own underlying disease, and the proportion of it needs to be gradually clarified. The Taiwan Epidemic Command Center previously claimed that although deaths are similar in time sequence to vaccination, no deaths have been judged to be vaccine-related. The follow-up still needs more accurate information such as judicial examinations or retrospective examinations. Clarify the cause of death.