Tag: AstraZeneca

The EU will announce the results of the AstraZeneca vaccine evaluation WHO: The benefits of vaccination exceed the risks

   China News Service, April 7th. Comprehensive foreign media reported that due to reports of rare cases of cerebral thrombosis after vaccination with AstraZeneca in many European countries, there has been controversy over the safety of the vaccine. The European Medicines Agency will release the latest review results of the vaccine on the 7th or 8th. At the same time, a World Health Organization official said on the 6th that there is no evidence for the WHO to change its position that the benefits of AstraZeneca vaccine still outweigh the risks.


There have been 30 cases of blood clots in AstraZeneca vaccinators in the UK

China News Service, April 2nd. According to the “Central News Agency” report, the British medical regulatory agency said on the 1st that it had found 30 cases of rare thrombosis after vaccination with AstraZeneca, 25 more cases than previously reported, but the authorities still believe that The advantages of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh the disadvantages.


Italian and French leaders call on AstraZeneca vaccines, hoping to restart vaccination work

   Chinanews, March 17 According to Euronet, the Italian Ministry of Civil Defence reported on the 16th that there were 20,396 new confirmed cases of new crown and 502 deaths; a total of 3,258,770 confirmed cases and 103,001 deaths were reported across the country. On the same day, Italian Prime Minister Draghi exchanged views with French President Macron on the AstraZeneca vaccine issue.


11 countries suspend vaccination against AstraZeneca, Australia continues to promote it

China News Service, March 16th. According to the Australian website citing foreign media reports, in the face of concerns from many countries that vaccination of AstraZeneca will cause blood clots in the human body, AstraZeneca retorted in a statement on the 14th that there was no Evidence shows a link between the vaccine and thrombosis, insisting that its new crown vaccine is safe. Some countries still suspended the AstraZeneca vaccine after the statement was issued, and the Australian government will continue to promote the AstraZeneca vaccine.