April 10, 2021

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19 deaths after vaccination: UK controls Astrogenogen

19 deaths after vaccination
Great Britain controls AstraZeneca

For a long time, concerns about the AstraZeneca vaccine, developed at the University of Oxford, were the only reason people in Great Britain shook their heads. But now the Vaccine Commission is changing its recommendation, as is the case in many EU countries. Young Britons are said to be vaccinated with alternative medicine.

The UK Vaccine Commission has changed its recommendation for the Astrogeneca vaccine. In the future, the product should only be administered to adults over the age of 30 if possible, the commission announced after the review. This is due to reports of rare cases of blood clots in connection with vaccination.

In Great Britain, the MHRA reported 79 rare blood clots so far after being vaccinated with an estrogen product. 19 people were killed. Most of these cases involved young people.

According to the Vaccine Commission, direct contact with the vaccine has not yet been proven. But this is being considered because of the low risk of young people dying from Covit-19. In the UK, more than 20 million drugs of AstraZeneca have been vaccinated.

EMA: More benefits than risks

In Germany, due to thrombosis cases mainly in young women, federal and state health ministers decided to generally administer the product only to those aged 60 and over. For younger people, vaccination is only possible after you have been informed of the risks at your own risk. The vaccine is only recommended to a limited extent in other countries. In France, for example, it is only offered to those over 55 years of age.

The EU pharmaceutical company EMA had previously announced that it would not restrict the use of the corona vaccine of astrogen, despite the fact that blood clots rarely occur. According to the authority, the benefits of the active ingredient should be valued more than the risks. The University of Oxford has suspended clinical trials of the Astrogenega vaccine in children and adolescents.

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