Doctors expect it to have serious side effects … In New Zealand, a man was vaccinated 10 times against Covid-19 in one day, which led to an investigation by the Ministry of Health, New Zealand newspapers reported on Saturday, December 11, in France “Parisian” And «LCI».
For this, he visited several vaccination centers, according to Stuff information site Which he argues may have been paid for by people who are not pro-vaccine but would like to take advantage of the health clearance. The Ministry of Health indicated that it is taking the situation seriously.
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“We are very concerned about this situation and are working with the appropriate agencies.”, the head of New Zealand’s Covid-19 vaccination programme, Astrid Kornev, responded, citing Stuff and the “New Zealand Herald”.
“Not having an immunization status puts you not only at risk, but also for your friends, family, community, and healthcare team looking after you today and in the future.”
According to University of Auckland professor and medical director of the Immunization Advisory Center, Nicky Turner, there is no data yet on the consequences of receiving too many vaccinations in one day. We know that a higher dose of the vaccine creates more side effects. So it is definitely not recommended.”, only indicated.
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In response to a question from the New Zealand Herald, New Zealand vaccinologist and Associate Professor, Helen Petousis-Harris, ruled for her part that apart from significant side effects (high fever, pain, headache …), the man did not risk anything serious. On the other hand, she condemned the behavior of those who asked the man to vaccinate in their place‘Incredibly selfish’Because they can keep spreading the virus.
New Zealand does not require identity checks to be able to be vaccinated, Le Parisien asserts, but a Health Pass is required to get to certain places. The country has so far recorded 12,781 cases of COVID-19 and 46 deaths since the start of the epidemic, the French daily reports.
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