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EMA concludes "possible link" between AstraZeneca vaccine and clots

In News, COVID-19, Europe · 07 Apr 2021, 17:33 · 3 Comments
EMA concludes "possible link" between AstraZeneca vaccine and clots

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) concluded today that there is a "possible relationship" between the covid-19 vaccine by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and the formation of "very rare cases" of blood clots, but insisted on the benefits of the jab.

In particular, the EMA safety committee "concluded today that unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should be listed as very rare side effects” of the AstraZeneca vaccine, taking into account "all the evidence currently available" following the investigation carried out in recent weeks.


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The vaccine is extremely safe... the prevalence of blood clots in 45+ yeas is 6 in 10000 a year pre pandemic ... 35 million people vaccinated with this jab and 250 cases is below average. There might be a link but remember is almost insignificant. 250 cases is way less than 3-5% mortality from covid . Way less Just search for yourself and do the math .

By Luis from Porto on 08-04-2021 09:38

Wow! so they admit there is a good possibility of a link but they are going to continue to use this thing and murder people. That is something else isn't it?

By Martin from Lisbon on 08-04-2021 09:42

So, I'm a very fit 75 yera old with no underlying health issues and on Friday I go for mt AstraZeneca vaccination with a risk of dying from a blood clot - it's a no brainer!

By Ben from Algarve on 08-04-2021 09:12
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