AstraZeneca Vaccine banned in many Countries over reports of Blood Clot
This has increased the concern of the health authorities. In view of this, six countries including Denmark, Norway and Italy have banned the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
New Delhi: In many countries of the world severely troubled by the coronavirus pandemic, questions are being raised about the AstraZeneca’s Vaccine. After taking AstraZeneca vaccine, there have been cases of blood clots in patients.
Problems of Blood Clots:
This has increased the concern of the health authorities. In view of this, six countries including Denmark, Norway and Italy have banned the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Now the investigation of the side effects of the vaccine has been started.
Denmark health officials said that blood clots have been seen in some patients after vaccination, so the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine has been stopped for the time being. Health officials issued a statement saying, "This step has been taken after reports of serious cases of blood clot in people after the introduction of AstraZeneca's covid-19 vaccine." However, it was definitely said in the statement that it is not yet determined that there is a link between the vaccine and the blood clot. But the investigation is on.
Ban on Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine:
Earlier, Austria announced on Monday that it has banned the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. It was told that the 49-year-old nurse had been vaccinated, but only a few days later, blood clots started accumulating in her body, which became the reason for her death. On the other hand, four other European countries have also banned the AstraZeneca vaccine. Four other countries that have banned the vaccine include Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Luxembourg. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been sent to 17 European countries. So far, more than 1 million doses have been sent to these countries.