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Italy launches manslaughter investigation into the death teacher who died a day after the AstraZeneca vaccine was introduced, as the country went back to isolation and the EU turned its back on extremism.
Italian prosecutors opened a manslaughter investigation into the death of music teacher Sandro Tognatti.
Sandro Tognatti Age
He Was 57 Year Old
Sandro Tognatti Death Investigation
Italian prosecutors opened a manslaughter investigation into the death of music teacher Sandro Tognatti.57 Mr. Tognatti died on Sunday after getting AstraZeneca vaccine, but cause of death not disclosed Investigation launched as Italy, France and Germany become the last EU countries to suspend AstraZeneca’s use of punch This is despite the increasing cases of Covid, although leaders face more lockdowns due to low vaccination rates. Italy has reintroduced measures today, German doctors called for a stern approach, and Paris hospitals are full
Italian prosecutors launched a manslaughter investigation today after a music teacher died on Sunday, the day after receiving AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine.
The jurisdiction in Biella in northern Italy opened a preliminary investigation into the death of 57-year-old Sandro Tognatti, whose cause of death was unknown. They stressed that at this stage there was no connection with AstraZeneca’s vaccine and the investigation was aimed at determining whether anyone had a case to answer.
It emerged today when Italians awoke to new isolation restrictions, currently 13 of the 21 regions of the country are in the ‘red zone’ meaning schools, restaurants, shops and museums should be closed, and people work, health or other root causes. The other seven zones were declared ‘orange zones’, meaning that shops and beauticians could stay open at night except for a curfew, while all other venues were restricted from closing and moving outside of the local area. Only one territory, Sardinia, is in an unlocking “white zone”.
Italy also temporarily banned the use of all AstraZeneca vaccines for fear of causing blood clotting, France and Germany also imposed bans and said they expect guidance from European regulators.
The European Medicines Agency said last week that there is no reason to stop the vaccine and that ‘the benefits outweigh the risks of side effects’, but its investigation is ongoing and another report will be released Thursday.
It came after Ireland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Bulgaria also suspended vaccines. Austria, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia confiscated a group of vaccines thought to be linked to clots.
This is just the latest episode of a long-running saga between EU nations and drug maker AstraZeneca, who saw ministers accuse the company of nationalism, impose export bans on its vaccines, falsely claiming not to be overly effective. Reopen old wounds with the 65s and recently departed Brexit Britain.