According to the details, 11 dementia patients in a scandal-affected care home in Lanarkshire, Scotland, made a shocking mistake when injected with a saline solution instead of the Quid vaccine.
According to British media, the Health Board acknowledged the mistake on Saturday night and apologized but did not say how many more such mistakes were made.
The Scottish Government has also confirmed the incident, but it does not have accurate information about other such errors. Other incidents have also been mentioned.
The injection of water into the elderly was revealed during their medical examination, and it was stated that it did not pose any threat to their health.
Documents revealed that distraught nurses from the National Health Service, who arrived in Mulberry on December 16 last year to administer the correct vaccine, had mistakenly injected residents with bottles of saline solution.
It is assumed that when the vaccine is taken out of the freezer and thawed, a small amount of saline solution (saline solution) should be mixed with the pure Pfizer biotech vaccine and then applied to patients.
The opposition has called the incident “dangerous” and says there have been more such incidents, raising serious questions about the Government’s vaccine program.