In the UK, seven people who complained of blood clots after using the corona vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca died during treatment.
According to the World News Agency, the UK’s medical watchdog has confirmed that seven of the 30 people who developed blood clotting after being vaccinated with Corona vaccine from AstraZeneca died during treatment.
A statement from the British Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency said it was reviewing reports of deaths after blood clotting in detail and that a research report would be released, but that AstraZeneca vaccine would not be available until then. The process will continue.
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On the other hand, a report published in the British newspaper Guardian, quoting a panel of hematologists, revealed that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine far outweigh its disadvantages.
Dr John Rene, chief executive of the UK’s Drug Regulatory Authority, says the coronavirus vaccine in AstraZeneca is helping to control the epidemic, so people should be vaccinated when asked to do so.
Dr. John Renے has instructed health professionals to immediately report any abnormalities caused by the Corona virus vaccine on the Corona Government website.
Several countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Canada, Australia and Denmark, had initially suspended the Corona vaccine campaign in Australasia over blood clotting complaints, but some countries resumed vaccination after blood clotting was not proven. Started
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Drug Regulatory Authority (ERA) have rejected AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine for blood clotting, saying there is no scientific evidence yet. The people who started the blood clotting process were already suffering from a disease.
Medical experts say that the process of blood clotting is natural and abnormal, which also occurs in patients suffering from coronavirus. Cases of blood clotting have been reported in Europe since the vaccine was introduced, but this does not mean that it is due to the vaccine.