- Norwegian health officials have changed their advice on who gets a COVID-19 vaccine after more than 25 elderly people with underlying health conditions died.
- According to the agency, “all deaths” are linked to the Pfizer vaccine, which was the only one available in the country until Friday.
- However, Norwegian officials maintain they are not alarmed and have advised individual doctors to decide who should receive a vaccine.
- Pfizer said they are investigating the deaths but added that “the number of incidents so far is not alarming, and in line with expectations.”
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