Woman died after being vaccinated with Pfizer in Portugal

Medical worker in Portugal has died two days after being vaccinated against coronavirus by the drug Pfizer/BioNTech. It was reported Monday, January 4, by the Daily Mail newspaper.

Sonia Acevedo, 41, was vaccinated on December 30, but died unexpectedly on January 1. It is noted that the woman experienced no side effects after the vaccination.

“She was vaccinated against COVID-19, but she had no symptoms. I don’t know what happened. I just want answers. I want to know what led to my daughter’s death,” said Abilio Acevedo, the health worker’s father.

The Portuguese Oncology Institute in Porto, where the woman worked, said they did not receive any complaints from Acevedo during or after the vaccination.

For her part, the woman’s daughter said her mother complained only of “normal” discomfort in the area where she received the shot, but otherwise everything was fine.

On December 30, a nursing home in the Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland, recorded the death of a patient after vaccination with a drug manufactured by U.S. company Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech.

Two days earlier, an elderly Israeli man had died of a heart attack after being vaccinated against COVID-19. The Israeli Ministry of Health established a commission to investigate the tragedy.

In October it became known about the death of a 28-year-old Brazilian volunteer who participated in AstraZeneca vaccine trials. It was noted that, according to some reports, the death was “due to complications from COVID-19.