Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) formally recognized the country’s first fatality associated with the COVID-19 vaccines — a 28-year-old Bangladeshi man, known only as Rajib, who was previously healthy, but who soon after getting vaccinated experienced a “medical misadventure” and died in 2021.
In a Feb. 17 announcement, the MOH stated:
“The State Coroner has ruled on 15 February 2023 that the death of a 28-year-old Bangladeshi male, who passed away 21 days after COVID-19 vaccination, was a medical misadventure.
“The cause of death was certified as myocarditis. The State Coroner also found that on the balance of probabilities, it was likely to be related to COVID-19 vaccination.”
According to the MOH, Rajib received the first dose of the Moderna Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine on June 18, 2021. On July 9, 2021, he collapsed at work and died later that day.
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