According to the Greek newspaper Naftemporiki, a 40-year-old stylist in the country, Katris, died the day after receiving the AstraZeneca Coronavirus vaccine, but the exact cause of death will be determined through identification.
Katris was found dead in his home on the outskirts of Athens on the 8th. He had not answered the phone for nearly 24 hours. He was vaccinated with AstraZeneca on the 7th.
Previously, the Greek government confirmed that only two deaths were related to vaccination. Theodoridou, chairman of the country’s National Vaccination Committee, said on May 31 that a 44-year-old woman died after being vaccinated against AstraZeneca. Theodoridou said at a press conference on May 26 that five cases of thrombosis were found, four of which were women and one was men. One female has died.
Thrombosis cases caused by AstraZeneca’s crown disease vaccine continue to appear. The Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency reported on May 31 that the first case of blood clots caused by vaccination of AstraZeneca’s new crown vaccine occurred in the country.
Previously, the Quebec Provincial Government of Canada announced on April 27 that the province had the first case of death due to a blood clot caused by the AstraZeneca new crown vaccine. This was also the first case found in Canada.
There have also been cases of thrombosis after vaccination with AstraZeneca in Australia. Experts confirmed that the case in Australia is similar to the blood clots in Europe and the United Kingdom following AstraZeneca vaccination.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) stated that it is investigating a series of incidents of thromboembolic complications of patients in European Union countries after receiving a batch of AstraZeneca crown disease vaccines. The European Medicines Agency concluded on April 7 that abnormal and potentially life-threatening blood clots should be listed as a rare side effect of the AstraZeneca vaccine.