The US Food and Drug Administration stated that it “has not found a causal relationship with the vaccination against Corona with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and blood clots,” stressing that it “continues to investigate and evaluate some cases.”
The US Food and Drug Administration indicated that it is aware of a few reports of individuals who have had dangerous blood clots – sometimes associated with low levels of platelets – after they received the “Johnson & Johnson” anti-corona virus vaccine, explaining that “these cases can have many The various reasons, while the European Medicines Regulatory Authority had announced that it was studying blood clotting infections after taking the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, after recording four cases, including death.
The US Food and Drug Administration said: “We have not found a causal relationship with the vaccination against Corona, and we are continuing to investigate and evaluate these cases, and our analysis of the data will inform the potential need for regulatory action.”
It should be noted that nearly 5 million people in the United States received the “Johnson & Johnson” vaccine as of last Thursday morning, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The report from the European Medicines Regulatory Authority is the first to mention a probe for blood clots associated with the Johnson & Junossen vaccine, if the Food and Drug Administration indicated that it was aware of the European Medicines Regulatory Authority’s statement and that it provided the agency with the data that formed the basis of its report.
The European Medicines Regulatory Authority statement comes after an investigation into blood clots in the brain reported by some people who had given the “AstraZeneca” anti-corona virus vaccine, which prompted some European countries to change their vaccine recommendations.
In its report on Friday, the European Medicines Regulatory Authority’s Safety Committee stated that unusual blood clots associated with low platelet counts should be listed as very rare side effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine.