Stylist Nasos Katrice died in Greece the day after being vaccinated against the coronavirus by AstraZeneca. The Greek newspaper Proto Thema writes about it.
The body of 40-year-old Katrice was discovered at his home by a close friend of the stylist. The man’s relatives and friends were worried after he had not been in touch for about a day. The day before, he was vaccinated with AstraZeneca, will be specified in the publication.
The exact cause of death will be determined with the help of an examination.
Deaths following vaccination, including with AstraZeneca, have been reported in various countries in the past. However, as noted by experts, not all of them are directly related to vaccination.
So, in Greece, only two deaths related to vaccination were confirmed. The chairwoman of the National Vaccination Committee, Maria Theodoridou, announced at the end of May that a 44-year-old woman had died after being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine. Another case was also reported.
Earlier, Greece extended the permit for the unrestricted entry of Russians until June 14. To visit the country, Russians need to have certificates of vaccination against COVID-19 completed at least 14 days before the trip, or a negative result of a PCR test done 72 hours before entry, or a certificate of coronavirus infection and the presence of antibodies (valid from two to nine months from the date of illness indicated in it).
At the same time, Greece still has restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the pandemic, which foreigners must also comply with. In particular, it is required to wear a protective mask indoors and outdoors.