Japanese medical staff vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine, second case of allergic reaction
China News Service, March 7th. According to “Central News Agency”, a Japanese female medical practitioner in her 20s suffered a severe allergic reaction after being vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine, but has returned to normal after drug treatment. This is the second case of an allergic reaction among the more than 46,000 people vaccinated in Japan.
p > The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan stated that the allergic reaction was a female medical practitioner in her 20s. When the woman was vaccinated with Pfizer on the 5th, she had urticaria for about 25 minutes, and then developed cough, fever, lowered blood pressure, and difficulty breathing.
This woman has returned to normal after drug treatment, and the medical institution has reported that the allergic reaction is “related to vaccination (vaccination).”
It is not clear whether this woman has underlying diseases (such as cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, liver and kidney disease, etc.). The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare requires medical institutions if the vaccinated person has had serious problems in the past. Allergic reactions should be observed for about 30 minutes after vaccination. As for other vaccinators, they should also be observed for at least 15 minutes.
The new crown epidemic in Japan continues, and medical personnel have been vaccinated. The vaccine currently being administered is jointly developed by Pfizer and German Biotech. As of 5 pm on the 5th local time, more than 46,000 medical practitioners had been vaccinated and 2 people had allergic reactions.