Three Norwegians will be compensated for health damage caused by the vaccine of the British-Swedish company AstraZeneca. This was reported by the NRK TV company with reference to the decision of the Norwegian System of compensation for damage to the health of patients (NPE).
In the first case, the money will be paid to the family of a patient who died after vaccination, who was about 40 years old. She died in March, and her relatives will receive compensation. The other two patients are another woman and one man aged about 30 years. They are both alive and on sick leave.
вЂњI had a severe brain hemorrhage and a blood clot. When I was in the hospital, friends and relatives constantly called me: they asked if I was alive, вЂњ the victim said.
These are the first cases where the negative consequences of vaccination with a specific drug have been proven. The amount of compensation for the victims has not yet been determined.
The publication reminds us that the drug AstraZeneca was excluded from the national vaccination program after several cases of blood clots.
In April, some European countries suspended or banned vaccination with AstraZeneca due to the detection of thrombosis in vaccinated patients. At the same time, the creators of the vaccine insist on its safety. The company stated that a detailed study of the health status of more than 17 million people after vaccination showed no data on an increased risk of pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, or thrombocytopenia.