The Minister of Health of the Junta de Andalucía, Jesús Aguirre, has revealed that the preliminary report of the clinical autopsy carried out on Pilar Gonzalez Bres, the teacher who died in Marbella this week, concluded that her death was not related to the AstraZeneca vaccine that she had received a few days earlier.
Aguirre said that the preliminary report was “conclusive” to rule out a relationship between the death and the vaccination of the professor at the Guadalpín institute.
The autopsy was authorised by a judge at the request of the family, with two anatomopathologists and a coroner participating.
Aguirre say that “there is no relationship between the administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine and the death of this woman.”
The 43-year-old mother of two showed signs of suffering an aneurysm, which could have been the reason behind the massive hemorrhaging that caused her death
The Health Minister has indicated that “all vaccines are safe and effective” and that the administration of the one manufactured by AstraZeneca will resume next Wednesday.
Aguirre insisted that “the benefit of the vaccine is greater than the possible risk.”
“We must not be afraid of the vaccine but of the virus,” he added.