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Friends and relatives of the unfortunate 33-year-old Filios held a protest today at noon outside the Emergency Department, at the Larnaca General Hospital, awaiting the new post-mortem examination on the body of the unfortunate girl. <. p>
According to the family of the undefeated Filia, she herself, after mentioning the history of thrombophilia, proceeded to the first dose of vaccination for the coronavirus. Four days later she had bruised her hand and visited the hospital, where she was given aspirin and returned home. The girl continued to feel unwell, hence she visited her doctor, who urged her to have a molecular test, as she had coronavirus symptoms. Her condition worsened, so on Tuesday, February 8, she was transferred by her husband to the General Hospital of Larnaca, where she ended up. As “P” is informed, there are two issues that concern the authorities. Firstly, whether the woman should be allowed to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, and secondly, what actions did the doctors on duty at the Larnaca TAEP take when the 33-year-old was transported to the hospital.