Sandur man died of heart attack not from COVID-19 vaccine says K Sudhakar


Team Udayavani, Jan 18, 2021, 9:01 PM IST

Belagavi: Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar said that reports that a man in Bellari district’s Sandur dying after being administered COVID-19 is a rumour and the actual cause of death of this man, who also had diabetes, is heart attack.

Speaking to reporters here on Monday, he said there were no side effects detected from him after he was vaccinated.

“We will give full details after the post-mortem examination report,” he added.

“Over 30 thousand people have been vaccinated in the State. No side effects were reported from anyone. Once we have succeeded in the first phase we will move on to the second phase. We are aiming to vaccinate 80,000 people every day in the State,” he said.

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