After Receiving Chinese-Made COVID-19 Vaccines in Shanghai S. Korean Expat Dies

As the Chinese communist regime censors messages about the side effects of Chinese vaccines on social media. A South Korean woman died 3 days after receiving a Chinese Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine.

On April 22, The South Korean Consulate General in Shanghai, a South Korean woman in her 40s was found dead at home.

South Korean media KBS reported that the Korean expat in Shanghai was vaccinated at Shanghai Tongren Hospital on April 19 with COVID-19 vaccines made by the Chinese state-owned company Sinopharm.

She had no underlying diseases.

The South Korean Consulate in Shanghai said the Shanghai police said that there was no sign of homicide, and the family of the female expatriate believed that the cause of death was related to the Chinese-made vaccine. according to the report.

Korean nationals in Shanghai, have canceled their vaccination appointments, said the report.

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