Slovenia stops using Johnson & Johnson Jab After Death of 20 Year Old
I found this story on warnews247, a Greek website that focuses on that region of the world but usually for war news. Today I’m providing the Google translation of this vaccine article because it shows that at least SOME nations care about their citizens, especially their youth which is their future.
Slovenia stopped the J&J vaccine after ONE death of a 20 year old. One. How many has the USA had? Will we ever really know? Probably not as they keep changing the rules of the game and they rig the reporting system and how the media reports on it (VAERS). The world needs to follow Slovenia’s example and STOP THIS MADNESS! Of course this story will never make the news in the West so therefore it doesn’t exist.
Ljubljana has decided to suspend the use of the Janssen vaccine against COVID-19, produced by the Janssen pharmaceutical subsidiary of the American group Johnson & Johnson, after the death of a 20-year-old woman to whom it was administered.
“We are suspending until all the details of this case are clarified” , stressed the Minister of Health, Janes Poklukar, speaking to the press in the Slovenian capital, according to tribune.gr
According to Bojana Beovic, head of a team of experts advising the government, “there may be (…) a link between the vaccination and the death” of the young woman.
Earlier, Slovenian media reported that the 20-year-old, who was admitted to hospital in serious condition on Monday, just a few days after receiving J&J’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine, succumbed.
He had cerebral hemorrhage and thrombosis on Tuesday night through Wednesday.
Deaths from COVID-19 vaccination have already been reported in the past in Slovenia, where immunization against the disease caused by the new coronavirus has become mandatory in the public sector from tomorrow, Friday 1 October, prompting a growing number of people to be vaccinated.
With 47% of the population fully vaccinated, the small Balkan country of two million has a significantly lower rate than the rest of the European Union (64%).
On Wednesday night, protesters, including the young woman’s father, according to media reports, gathered in the Slovenian capital to denounce the government’s health policy.
They blocked a road and the police used tear gas to disperse them.
In mid-September, Slovenian police used water cannons and tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters who had gathered in Ljubljana to protest current health policy, according to the APE MPE.
Officially, Slovenia has so far recorded more than 4,550 deaths due to COVID-19 out of a total of 491,000 more SARS-CoV-2 cases.
The original story can be found HERE.