translated from Spanish: WHO finds no link between thrombosis and AstraZeneca vaccine

United States.- The World Health Organization (WHO) has supported the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine after some European countries stopped launches following reports of the formation of blood clots in various recipients.
So far, more than 335 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered worldwide, and no deaths from COVID-19 vaccines have been found, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Friday

At least five European countries, including Denmark, Norway and Iceland, have discontinued the use of a specific batch of the AstraZeneca vaccine after a Danish woman died from the formation of blood clots after inoculation.
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Italy’s drug regulator said he stopped using a separate lot after two people died.

The WHO committee made the decision on the basis of an exhaustive scientific review of available information. Afp

Read more: The creator of the Pfizer vaccine would be working on a cancer vaccineInsoever, the European Medicines Agency emphasized that the benefits of injections still outweighed its risks and WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan said Friday that no causal link had been established between the vaccine and clotting.
From now on we are sure that we must move on, he said, referring to the use of AstraZeneca jab.

WHO also said a panel of experts was investigating the latest reports and said any changes to its current recommendations will be immediately communicated to the public.

The most recent case was that of a nurse in Georgia who had a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine. Afp

Read more: Was it old age? The White House blames the “wind” for the viral falls of Joe BidenTailandia and the Republic of Congo were the first non-European countries to pause the distribution of the take on Friday. Congo received 1.7 million doses of AstraZeneca through the global COVAX vaccine exchange programme on 2 March, but has not yet begun its inoculation campaign.

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WHO Assistant Director-General Mariangela Simao said the batches of AstraZeneca that are now under scrutiny were manufactured in Europe, while vaccines from the COVAX drug manufacturer were produced by manufacturers in India and South Korea.


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