Blood Clotting Cases Surface in the UK as Holland Temporarily Halts Vaccine & EMA Continues Investigation

Blood Clotting Cases Surface in the UK as Holland Temporarily Halts Vaccine & EMA Continues Investigation

Apparently, some of the rare yet material serious adverse events associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine has surfaced in the United Kingdom (UK). The Guardian recently reviewed data from the British regulator known as the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency or “MHRA,” which reports out of 18.1 million doses of the vaccinations thus far, just 30 blood clotting events (cerebral venous sinus thrombosis or CVST) were reported as of March 24. Out of these 30 incidents, seven (7) people have died and these may be associated with the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab. While the overall numbers are incredibly low—e.g. the probability of a severe adverse event is miniscule—this doesn’t necessarily comfort a family member when such a rare event actually occurs. And based on the law of networks, one family that loses a member talks to others, etc. and the word can spread. So as the ongoing challenge with blood clotting events in association with the AstraZeneca vaccine continues now, first in Europe and now in the UK, public health authorities, regulators and medical societies walk a public relations tight rope.  That’s because mass vaccination has become the agreed upon strategy, world...

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