Covid-19: Death of 14-year-old not linked to vaccine jab, says Johor Health Dept


JOHOR BARU: The state Health Department has refuted a viral post on social media linking the death of a 14-year-old girl with the Covid-19 vaccine.

Johor Health director Datuk Dr Aman Rabu said that a post-mortem conducted on the teenager found that there was a growth on her ovaries and anomalies in her heart following a post-mortem on Oct 8.

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