Gemasulawesi– The Regional Commission for Post-Immunization Follow-up Events (KIPI) in West Java is currently auditing the case of a student who died a day after being vaccinated against COVID-19.
“While being audited,” said the Head of the KIPI Komda, West Java Kusnandi Rusmil in Ciamis, Friday, September 10, 2021.
He said it was possible to take this case to the National Commission (Komnas) KIPI.
He also hoped that the data related to the case of students who died the day after being vaccinated against COVID-19 was complete so that they could be analyzed.
Previously, the father of the student died a day after being vaccinated against COVID-19, stating that his son, named Cahyono, died after being vaccinated.
“Cahyono has stomach complaints and dizziness. Just last night. Before being vaccinated, there were gastric complaints,” said Cahyono’s father, Nono.
According to Nono, his son followed vaccination program because they want to take part in face-to-face learning at school.
Unvaccinated students must take online learning from home.
It is known, a class XI student of a private vocational school in Ciamis Regency, West Java, Cahyono died a day after being vaccinated against Covid19.
He was vaccinated at SMAN 1 Sindangkasih, last Wednesday 1 September.
Cahyono came to the vaccination site in the morning. He just got his turn to be injected with vaccinations in the afternoon before the afternoon.
While at home, Cahyono complained of dizziness, fatigue, and stomach pain. He had asked to eat with chicken meat. Cahyono then tried to rest.
A day later, Thursday, September 2, 2021, at dawn, his parents saw Cahyono convulsing. They called the doctor to examine the child. But when the doctor came, Cahyono died.
Responding to the incident, Deputy Regent of Ciamis Yana D. Putra said Cahyono had a congenital disease.
Possibly, Cahyono did not convey his illness during the screening stage.
“Not because of the vaccine, but indeed this student already has a congenital disease. There was an error when screening,” Yana said after monitoring vaccinations at the Ar Risalah Islamic Boarding School, Cijantung, Ciamis, Tuesday, September 7, 2021.
Yana also asked the public to be honest about the condition of their respective bodies when they were about to be vaccinated against Covid19.
According to him, people should not be ashamed if they have certain congenital diseases. (a/**)