Indian business times dated 18 Dec 2020, today so no evidence prior to my post. Also, the report says reactions to vaccine is mild and not life-threatening which is your false claims. Diverse and alarming is not what happened to them.
The hospital gave a news conference so they are not covering up anything which is another false claim you have made.
Like I said, no evidence is all you produce for false claims.
Allergic reactions in Alaska
It was only a day ago that reports of two healthcare workers at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau, in Alaska surfaced about them developing dverse and alarming reactions minutes after receiving Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine.
At a media briefing conference that followed, hospital officials said that all 96 of its officials who received the vaccine were observed for 30 minutes after the shot. The woman who developed the reaction had no history of allergies. She started feeling flushed ten minutes after and symptoms progressed to elevated heart rate, breathlessness and she was administered an epinephrine injection. Pfizer later said in a statement that it was working with local health authorities to assess the reaction.
The second worker to develop a reaction received the shot on Wednesday and developed eye puffiness, feeling of lightheadedness and an itch, scratchy throat ten minutes after the shot. The hospital said it reported the allergic reactions for the sake of transparency and that the cases would not affect their vaccine plans. Similar allergy cases were reported in the UK as well.
Interim report on Covid vaccine in India
As per the interim report of the phase 1 clinical trial findings of Bharat Biotech's Covid-19 vaccine COVAXIN, no serious adverse effects have been found among the 375 participants. Among them, 300 were given the vaccine doses while 75 were administered placebo.