In Brazil, two newborns were mistakenly vaccinated with Corona Pfizer. They have been admitted to the hospital.
According to local media in Brazil, a two-month-old girl and a four-month-old boy were mistakenly vaccinated with Pfizer. They were to be vaccinated against hepatitis B, tetanus, and several other diseases. But the wrong dose of the Pfizer vaccine can cause serious side effects in their body. Both were later admitted to the hospital.
The vaccinated nurse was suspended immediately after the incident. The administration is investigating the incident.
The company claims that the Pfizer-Bioentech corona vaccine is more than 90 percent effective in children between the ages of five and 11 with coronary symptoms. In some countries, Pfizer vaccines have been approved for people between the ages of five and 11, but with caution.
The Latin American country of Brazil has the second-highest number of deaths in Corona after the United States, according to the World Statistics website, an international statistics website, at 9 am on Monday (December 6). Six lakh 15 thousand 84 people have died in the country so far. A total of 2 crores 21 lakh 43 thousand 91 people have been infected.