British Medical Corps: AstraZeneca vaccine does not cause blood clots but!


After the controversy over the AstraZeneca vaccine after several countries suspended its use due to fears related to causing blood clots, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency in Britain confirmed that the evidence does not indicate that the AstraZeneca vaccine to prevent Covid-19 causes blood clots, but it indicated that an investigation It occurs in a very rare and special type of blood clot in the veins of the brain.

The agency stated that “the evidence that we have does not indicate that the occurrence of blood clots in the veins is due to the AstraZeneca vaccine to prevent Covid-19.”

She added, “An additional detailed review is underway in what we have reported on five cases in Britain, which had a very rare and specific type of blood clots in the veins of the brain with a decrease in the number of platelets.”

Recommendation from WHO

It is reported that the World Health Organization had recommended, on Wednesday, to continue using the AstraZeneca vaccine, while its experts are continuing to evaluate safety information.

And the UN announced in a statement, that its experts are still reviewing the safety data for the AstraZeneca vaccine, after fears of blood clots, but it recommended continuing the vaccination programs “at the present time.”

She emphasized: “The WHO Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety is carefully evaluating the latest available safety data. At the present time, the World Health Organization considers that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh its risks and recommends the continuation of the vaccination campaigns.

It is noteworthy that several countries, including Denmark, Norway, Bulgaria, Ireland and Germany, recently suspended the use of the vaccine manufactured by the Swedish-British giant pharmaceutical company, due to fears related to causing blood clots.

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