His organs were all healthy and not affected by the vaccine.
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13-year-old Revnesh Kumar vomited and collapsed inside a lift while on his way to a karate lesson and died on 16 January.
His father rushed him to Kajang Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
His parents believed he died due to complications from the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine that he took 18 days before because they claimed he had no underlying health conditions.
The Malay Mail reported that a post-mortem examination has found that his death was not related to the Covid-19 vaccine.
Doctors confirmed this through a preliminary post-mortem report, which had been sighted by Revnesh’s family.
The report states that Revnesh died a sudden death as test results showed that his organs were all healthy and his body was not affected by the vaccine.Revnesh’s mother, Vijayarani Govindan told Free Malaysia Today.
The autopsy report would take another week to be completed and the full medical report would take time.
The family collected the preliminary post-mortem report by Serdang Hospital forensic pathologist Dr Emizam Mohamadon at Kajang Hospital on 9 March around 4pm.
Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin met the parents on 4 March and agreed that the ministry would take all the necessary steps to ascertain the cause of death.