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Sonia Acevedo, 41, suffered a ‘sudden death’ at her home on New Year’s Day 48 hours after receiving the jab. The autopsy is expected to take place today or tomorrow.
The mother of two, who worked in pediatrics at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in Porto, is not said to have suffered adverse side effects after being vaccinated.
Ms Acevedo’s father, Abilio Acevedo, told the Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha: ‘She was fine. She had not had any health problems.
Sonia Acevedo, 41, suffered a ‘sudden death’ on New Year’s Day just 48 hours after receiving the job.
“I had the Covid-19 vaccine but I didn’t have any symptoms. I do not know what happened. I just want answers.
“I want to know what caused my daughter’s death.”
Acevedo’s employers confirmed that the dead woman had been vaccinated against the coronavirus on December 30 and said they had not been notified of any ‘undesirable effects’ when they punctured her or in the hours after.
The Portuguese Institute of Oncology said in a statement: ‘Regarding the sudden death of an OPI Porto operative assistant on January 1, 2021, the Board of Directors confirms the event and expresses sincere regret to family and friends for the certainty that this loss is felt here too. ‘
She added: “The explanation of the cause of death will follow the usual procedures in these circumstances.”
Ms Acevedo worked in paediatrics at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in Porto
Her father told the Portuguese press that he received the call to say she had been found dead around 11 a.m. last Friday, hours after they ate together on New Year’s Eve, adding: ‘My daughter se She left home and I never saw her alive again. ‘
Acevedo’s daughter, Vania Figueredo, said her mother had only complained of “normal” discomfort in the area where she was hit, but was otherwise fine.
The health worker was one of 538 OPI workers in Porto who received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
The Portuguese Ministry of Health has been informed.
Portugal, with a population of just over 10 million, has reported 7,118 deaths and more than 427,000 cases.
After a relatively mild first wave, cases increased dramatically in the second and have skyrocketed again since Christmas.