After the death of 46-year-old ward boy Mahipal Singh in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, the family attributed the corona vaccine (Corona Vaccine), but the postmortem report found the heart attack to be the cause of death.
Moradabad: A health worker died on Sunday, the next day after getting the Corona Vaccine vaccine in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, after which the family alleged that he died after being vaccinated. However, the Chief Medical Officer MC Garg has now dismissed the allegations and stated that after the postmortem it has been found that Ward Boy’s death was due to heart attack.
Death occurred after deteriorating health
Actually, 46-year-old ward boy Mahipal Singh of Moradabad District Hospital was given the Corona Vaccine vaccine on 16 January. After this, his health deteriorated and he went home. However, his health worsened on Sunday and he died before reaching the hospital. After this, the family alleged that the death occurred due to the introduction of the corona vaccine.
‘Cowboy had vaccinated the ward boy’
After the death of Ward Boy, the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the hospital while talking to the Times of India had said, ‘Ward Boy Mahipal was given a Covishield vaccine at around 12 pm on Saturday. A day later on Sunday, he had trouble breathing with chest pain. He further said, ‘Ward Boy worked in the night shift after being vaccinated and we do not think that any side effects of the vaccine resulted in death.’
‘Ward Boy’s son made this charge’
Mahipal’s son Vishal had said, ‘My father was not feeling well after being vaccinated. He called me to the hospital in the afternoon to come back home and told him to bring an auto, because he cannot ride a bike. I reached the hospital at 1.30 pm and his condition had already deteriorated. I thought he had a mild fever and was having trouble breathing. After this, he was brought home and told him to rest after drinking tea. His condition worsened on Sunday and he was rushed to the hospital, where doctors declared him dead. I think he died because of the side effects of vaccination. ‘