At least 23 people have died from coronavirus vaccines in Norway (so far) (Picture: Natural News )
(Natural News) There have been 13 new confirmed deaths associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine in Norway, which adds to the 23 deaths and counting that are said to be associated with the vaccine’s rollout in the Scandinavian country.
The Norwegian Medicines Agency (NMA) officially confirmed the 13 deaths, pegging them as “side effects” of Chinese virus jabs. All of the deaths are said to have been in people who were “old and frail.”
In total, 23 deaths have been reported in connection with WuFlu injections in Norway, an astronomical number considering the fact that the virus itself has an almost nonexistent death rate.
“The reports might indicate that common side effects from mRNA vaccines, such as fever and nausea, may have led to deaths in some frail patients,” said NMA chief physician Sigurd Hortemo in a statement.
With the help of the National Institute of Public Health (FHI), the NMA assess all reports of side effects to determine whether or not they were caused by the vaccines. The agency has determined that the jabs are, in fact, dangerous, and that people should probably avoid them.
“If you are very frail, you should probably not be vaccinated,” said NMA official Steinar Madsen during a webinar for journalists about coronavirus vaccines.