Blood clots, the use of the British corona vaccine AstraZeneca has been banned in many countries

Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Italy have temporarily suspended the use of the British corona vaccine, AstraZeneca, following blood clots.

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Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Italy have temporarily suspended the use of the vaccine following a series of blood clots caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine in several people, but the British government defended Oxford’s AstraZeneca vaccine and made it safe. And the European Medicines Agency has said that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh its potential harms.

According to the European Medicines Agency, cases of hemorrhage after vaccination are being investigated. European countries may continue to use the vaccine.

A spokesman for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Denmark had not confirmed any link between the vaccine and the blood clot. However, the use of a consignment of the AstraZeneca vaccine has been carefully banned in Italy following the deaths of two police officers from blood clots.

Denmark says no link has been established between the blood clot and the vaccine, but regional authorities are currently blocking its use.

In Denmark and Austria, a few days after the vaccine was administered, one patient died of a blood clot.

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