The British Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency estimates that as of the end of March, 79 cases of blood clots had occurred in people who had been vaccinated, and 19 of them had died.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS.)-The British Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) concluded that in view of the possibility of thrombosis in people vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine using AstraZeneca, you must provide alternative medicines for people under 30 age.
According to the BBC Network report, regulators estimate that as of the end of March, 79 cases of blood clots had been registered among vaccinated people, of which 19 had died.
Although the researchers were unable to determine the cause of the injection, they did suspect that it might be a side effect.
However, MHRA has clarified in any case that this is a rare situation and the benefits of the vaccine continue to outweigh the risks. This is similar to the view held by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which updated your vaccine on Wednesday. Evaluation.
The risk assessment will be different in the case of a young population, and a priori is less likely to suffer serious damage from covid-19. Therefore, the team that provides vaccine consultation (JCVI) to the Boris Johnson government is committed to providing alternative vaccines to people in the 18-29 age group.
In addition, those with blood problems that make them more prone to thrombosis should also consult a doctor before vaccinating. So far, almost two thirds of the cases discovered in the United Kingdom are women.