American doctor died after being vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine

A doctor in the U.S. state of Florida died weeks after being vaccinated against COVID-19 by Pfizer, the New York Post reported Thursday, Jan. 7.

We’re talking about 56-year-old obstetrician-gynecologist Gregory Michael, who worked at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. It is noted that the cause of his death was a hemorrhagic stroke.

As the wife of the deceased told in Facebook, he was vaccinated on December 18 and a couple of days later he noticed a reaction on his body in the form of red spots due to subcutaneous hemorrhage. Michael was rushed to the hospital, where paramedics discovered he had an acute platelet deficiency. He remained awake until he passed away two days before his scheduled surgery.

“He was an advocate for the vaccine, so he got it himself. I think people need to know that side effects can happen, that [the vaccine] is not good for everyone, and in this case ruined a beautiful life, a perfect family and affected so many people in the community,” the woman wrote.

Pfizer, which developed the vaccine, said it would conduct its own investigation into the death of Gregory Michael.

“We are actively investigating the case, but at this time we do not believe there is a direct link to the vaccine,” the organization said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, it was reported that a third person who had been vaccinated for the coronavirus infection had died in Norway. The 82-year-old man was injected with the drug on January 5.