Corona virus: Britain is offering alternatives to the AstraZeneca vaccine for those under the age of 30

April 7, 2021

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It is expected that those under the age of 30 in Britain will be offered anti-corona virus vaccines alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine due to the evidence linking it to the development of rare blood clots.

This came in a recommendation after a review conducted by the United Kingdom’s pharmaceutical watchdog concluded that by the end of March 79 people had developed blood clots after receiving the vaccine, 19 of whom had died.

The agency said that this ACE is evidence that the vaccine caused the strokes, but indicated that the link is becoming more certain.

The review concluded that:

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