The first statement came from AstraZeneca after 9 countries that are members of the European Union (EU) suspended the use of the vaccine due to the suspicion that the Covid-19 vaccine, developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca in England, caused blood clotting.
AstraZeneca stated in a statement that there is no evidence of the risk of blood clotting caused by the corona virus vaccine. “Analysis of our safety data of more than 10 million records showed no evidence of an increased risk of pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis in any particular age group, gender, community or specific country after vaccination,” the statement said.
“In fact, the observed number of such events is significantly lower than expected in those vaccinated compared to the general population,” the statement said.
9 COUNTRIES SUSPENDED
It was stated that the use of AstraZeneca vaccines was stopped in Italy, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Iceland after a nurse in Austria died due to blood clotting shortly after receiving AstraZeneca vaccine.
WHO: NO FINDINGS
World Health Organization (WHO) Spokesperson Margaret Harris said in a statement regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine, which has been discontinued in many countries, “We must continue to use the vaccine. There is no finding to not use the vaccine”.
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