There’s a lot of fuss regarding the coronavirus vaccines these days. Not too long ago, we were addressing some issue that surrounded the AstraZeneca vaccine.
More European nations and one in Asia suspended the use of AstraZeneca’s vaccine. You are probably aware that this has been happening due to safety fears following some pretty severe health issues and even deaths after the vaccine. WHO recently responded.
More than that, it’s been just revealed that a top European Medicines Agency (EMA) official said in an interview published Tuesday that there is a link between the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and blood clots.
Make sure to check out some issues related to the Pfizer vaccine as well.
Johnson & Johnson vaccine may cause blood clots
Now, it’s been rec gently reported that the Centers for Disease Control indicated in an alert Tuesday that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine could resume as soon as Wednesday.
CBSNews notes that the alert came after a chaotic day when the FDA recommended there be a “pause” for the vaccine, leading virtually every state to halt the use of the single-dose shot.
The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will convene Wednesday for an emergency session, with a vote scheduled on “updated recommendations for use,” according to the latest reports.
The same online publication mentioned above notes that Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser, told “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell on Tuesday night that it seems that the adverse effect occurred within six to 13 days, and “so if you’ve had it a month or two ago, I think you really don’t need to worry about anything.”
He also talked about how rare this side effect is – 1 in 1 million – and he tried to eliminate panic. We suggest that you check out the original article in order to learn all the available details. Also, not too long ago, Fauci dropped a bomb about the virus.