Complaints about the harmful effects of AstraZeneca’s corona vaccine are baseless, World Health Organization says
India, Thailand and three European countries have complained of blood clots from the corona vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, but the World Health Organization has dismissed those concerns.
According to the World News Agency, three European countries, Denmark, Norway and Iceland, have stopped the vaccination campaign for the corona vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca. These countries said that the vaccine had started the process of making blood clots in the arteries.
Following these three European countries, Thailand stopped the vaccination of AstraZeneca due to blood clotting, while India has also expressed concern over the same harmful effect, but no country has clearly stated how many people. I have seen side effects.
AstraZeneca also said that no concrete data has been provided by any country on the side effects of the vaccine, which is not caused by any vaccine.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the cause of AstraZeneca’s blood disorder is not justified because no vaccine can have such a harmful effect. Countries suspending vaccinations should reconsider the decision.
The WHO added that there was no reasonable link between the Australasian vaccine and the blood clot, but that the advisory committee would review the vaccine’s safety data to address countries’ concerns.
Many countries, including Australia and Canada, who have used the AstraZeneca vaccine, have denied any reactions to the vaccine’s results, while the United Kingdom has reported severe allergies.