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Salih, son of the late Kuwaiti artist Mishary Al-Balam, comes out, responds to the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health’s statement and denies him about his father’s death. Where he accused her of negligence.

And in a video clip published by the media, Mai Al-Aidan, on its page and was widely popular, Al-Balam’s son accused the doctors working in the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health of negligence in caring for his father.

Meshari Al-Balam had received the first dose of the Corona vaccine, and then he died days later.

Al-Balam’s son Saleh confirmed in his speech that his father was infected with the Coronavirus when he received the vaccine, without knowing it.

He noted that his father had congestion, and there was no high temperature.

He also continued accusing doctors of negligence and negligence: “He had no symptoms, and the doctors did not try to conduct the necessary tests for him when he received the vaccine.”

Commenting on the health statement about his father, he said: “The doctor who says he must be examined, he must have a temperature, and I have to do what I asked him for this thing.”

He also concluded: “And the second thing is that you were neglectful of this ancestor.”

For his part, May Al-Aidan commented on the clip she published in Saleh, saying: “Saleh, the son of the late artist Mishary Al-Balam, is accused of neglect and causing the death of his father.”

The father of Mishari Al-Balam revealed the real reason behind the death of his son, as he said in a video clip: “They gave Meshary the vaccine without being examined. He was originally infected with Corona, so they gave him a cortisone needle, which ended his life.

For his part, the artist’s brother, Mishari Al-Balam, said: “Mishari did not smoke. He was committed to his connections and did not harm anyone in his life.”

Kuwaiti Ministry of Health comments

The Ministry of Health in Kuwait, was settled The fact of the death of the artist Meshary Al-Balam while receiving the first dose of the Corona virus vaccine.

A member of the vaccination committee at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Khaled Al-Saeed, denied the reported reports about the relationship of the anti-Corona vaccine to deaths. That occurs as a result of infection, and he said that the vaccine has nothing to do with infection with the virus.

Al-Saeed also confirmed that the vaccine is safe and effective. Adding in his statement to the Kuwaiti newspaper “Al-Anbaa”: “If everyone took the vaccine and was infected with a virus. Corona, we found hundreds of thousands of injuries and deaths around the world, as there are more than 200 million Prime Time Zone around the world taking these vaccines.

Al-Saeed called on everyone to continue registering for the vaccine, and not to heed the “rumors” that spread about the safety of the vaccine. Stressing that “Corona: it is the killer, not the vaccine.

Corona vaccine is safe

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health also issued a statement that it published on its Twitter account, in which it confirmed its absolute respect for the privacy of information related to all patients.

The Ministry of Health denied that any death was recorded as a result of taking the Corona vaccine, noting that there were no significant side effects of the vaccine.

The statement also added: “Technical committees composed of specialized doctors follow up around the clock the cases that receive the Covid-19 vaccination. It analyzes and checks the data and side effects, if any, according to an accurate scientific methodology.

The statement indicated that the internationally approved medical protocol does not include the need to take a swab for the person who wants to take the vaccine.

The Ministry also confirmed that the data received from the technical committees confirm the effectiveness and safety of vaccines available in the country. It indicates an increasing percentage of those who received the vaccine and those who took the initiative to register for vaccination.

She stressed the importance of adopting all means of prevention, staying away from gatherings and adhering to the precautionary measures imposed by the country to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

Meshary Al-Balam to his final resting place

It is noteworthy that the body of the artist Mishari Al-Balam was buried in the Sulaibikhat cemetery, and according to health requirements, only 20 Prime Time Zone attended the funeral.

Mashari Al-Balam died, in the intensive care unit at Jaber Hospital, the day before yesterday, Thursday, due to complications from the Corona virus, which he infected days ago. Amid controversy over the cause of his death.

And many Kuwaiti media outlets and public figures announced the death of Mishari Al-Balam, who was infected with the Corona virus while receiving the first dose. From the vaccine against the virus.

Where he fell asleep after the injury in Sheikh Jaber Hospital in Kuwait and was admitted to intensive care until his death.

A hashtag on behalf of the artist, Mishary Al-Balam, was also issued on social networking sites in the Gulf states, after the announcement of his death.

The tweeters expressed their mourning for his departure, recalling, among the obituary phrases, his artwork that he had presented.

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