In the UK, about 7 people have died Rare blood clots The BBC was informed that it was informed after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19.
The British Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said on Friday that 30 cases of rare blood clots identified As of the end of March, 18.1 million people had received the vaccine.
However, the regulator pointed out that The risk associated with these blood clots is “very small” And people whose vaccines are provided by Health should receive the vaccine.
Of the 30 incidents, 22 were related to Venous cerebral thrombosis (CVST) and other eight related issues Low platelet coagulation.
The BBC chain said on Saturday that it could have learned from regulators Seven of these vaccinated people died And the investigation is continuing to determine whether the AstraZeneca preparation is causing these clots.
Fearing that it might be related to blood clots, Germany decided to stop using AstraZeneca for people under 60. This news was exposed.
In addition to this preparatory work, the United Kingdom has also provided support for Pfizer and At least 30 million people have already received the first batch Half of the two doses of one of these vaccines.