Japan leads in anaphylaxis cases after Pfizer vaccine

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Japan leads in anaphylaxis cases after Pfizer vaccine

In Japan, the number of people who received an anaphylactic shock after the Pfizer vaccine was 17 people per 100 thousand, according to topnews.
According to the Minister for Administrative Reform, Taro Kono, the number of cases of immediate allergic reactions in the country is higher than in Western countries. In Japan, it has been reported that there are five cases of anaphylaxis per million vaccinated in the United States and 20 in the United Kingdom.
During anaphylactic shock, an increase or difficulty in breathing is recorded, there may be swelling of the eyelids, a rash, and a decrease in pressure.
It is reported that in all cases the attack was eliminated.

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