France, Spain, Germany, Italy and more than a dozen other countries stopped using the vaccine after the support of the European Medical Agency’s executive director Emer Cook, even as the continent faced a third wave of pandemics and criticism. Faced up. On sluggish vaccination rollout campaigns.
But the broader message from health experts has been calm; When reference is made that blood clotting cases are rare and will not outnumber the general population, while the vaccine has been proven to work in reducing Kovid-19 cases.
“These vaccines are to protect against a pandemic virus. There is an urge to rollout,” Michael Head, senior research fellow at Global Health at the University of Southampton, told CNN. “So stopping a vaccine campaign at this time without a very good reason is a bad move.”
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Question: Why are European countries suspending the AstraZeneca vaccine?
a: Countries that have suspended the vaccine have said the move is a precaution. And while experts are surprised at the move, they note that it is not uncommon for drugs and vaccines to be reviewed once they are in use.
“Research at the University of the Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Reading, Gibbins said of the reviews in the vaccine’s safety.
Countries will wait to hear guidance from the EMA which is expected tomorrow but many have expressed a desire to continue the rollout soon.
What’s important today
Trump asks his supporters to get Kovid-19 vaccinated
“I would recommend it and recommend it to a lot of people that they don’t want to get it and a lot of people vote for me,” Trump told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo. “But again,” he continued, “we have our freedom and we have to live by that and I agree too. But it’s a great vaccine. It’s a safe vaccine and it’s something that works. Does. ”
Comments – what amount Trump receives for Trump’s most energetic support – such as vaccine hesitation among Republicans are threatening the US path to herd immunity. While 92% of Democrats have either got vaccinated or want to be vaccinated, the number is 50% among Republicans, a CNN poll conducted by SSRS shows.
Modern begins testing its vaccine in children and children
“This pediatric study will help us assess the potential safety and immunity of our COVID-19 vaccine candidate in this significantly younger population,” Morden CEO Stephen Banksel said in a press release.
Morden is currently not the only Kovid-19 shot being tested in children, as the Pfizer / BioNotech Kovid-19 vaccine is also being studied in age groups as early as age 12. Johnson & Johnson has announced plans to study the vaccine in teens, ages 12 to 18.
Children separated from parents highlight the value of Hong Kong’s coronovirus success
When Ariel sees her two young sons being isolated in a hospital ward in Hong Kong with Kovid-19, she breaks down. The brothers – ages 5 and 1 and both asymptomatic – contained vests that tied them to bed. They were covered in dirt and both wore diapers, even a five-year-old child.
Ariel’s family caught themselves in the crosshairs of Hong Kong’s inflexible but efficient pandemic prevention measures in late February. Although it has been more than 14 months since the region identified its first coronavirus case, Hong Kong has shown some signs of loosening several restrictions.
On our radar
- United Nations Children’s Fund An additional 228,000 child deaths, 11,000 maternal deaths and 3.5 million unintended pregnancies in South Asia “may have contributed to the epidemic” in 2020.
- Britain is considering introducing a vaccine passport UK Trade Minister Kwasi Kwarteng said that to discuss the fairness of any potential tier system, to allow for the use of summer travel, entertainment and hospitality.
- Two coronavirus strains detected for the first time in CaliforniaAccording to the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it may now be about 20% more communicable, “officially a concern”.
- Brazil reported its highest daily death Since the epidemic began on Tuesday, the government struggles to gain control over the spread of the virus and appoints its fourth health minister in a year.
- Australia to donate 8,000 doses of Kovid-19 vaccine Papua New Guinea has its recent outbreak to help the Pacific island nation.
St. Patrick’s Day parties are paved for the spread of coronovirus variants. May it not happen, writes Holi Yan.
St. Patrick’s Day was the first major holiday of the Kovid-19 epidemic in America, and we have since started to learn lessons. Young, healthy people who were infected around the celebration last year have suffered long-term complications. And the infection is spread by people without any symptoms.
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