Controversy around AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine; Read Here!
AstraZeneca has stated its Corona vaccine to be safe. The company has said that due to these vaccines evidence of blood clot has not been found.
New Delhi: The vaccine is the most important role in the war against the corona virus pandemic. With the use of the corona vaccine, we can all avoid this serious disease. In order to avoid the second wave of corona virus pandemic, vaccination campaign is going on fast in many countries of the world including India.
What is AstraZeneca Controversy?
Meanwhile, some European countries have put a corona vaccine in question. After the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Iceland, Germany, Italy, France have also banned the use of AstraZeneca Vaccine. These countries have currently banned the use of AstraZeneca vaccine as a precaution in the wake of reports of blood clotting from the vaccine.
Company denies the evidence:
However, AstraZeneca has stated its Corona vaccine to be safe. The company has said that due to these vaccines evidence of blood clot has not been found. Apart from this, the World Health Organization (WHO) has insisted that it is absolutely safe to use. In addition, European medicine watchdog has also reported AstraZeneca Vaccine to be safe.
The three largest European Union countries - Germany, Italy and France - have banned the use of the AstraZeneca Vaccine on Monday as a precautionary measure. After this, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia and Latvia have also banned the use of the vaccine. This restriction is not limited to European Union countries only. Indonesia has also announced a delay in the use of this vaccine.
The British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has declared its Corona vaccine completely safe. The company said that there is no evidence that these vaccines have caused blood clotting as reported from some European countries.