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Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine and blood clots: a deadly risk

On Tuesday morning, US federal health regulators recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine while they investigated six reports of blood clots in women ages 18 to 48. One has died, and a second is hospitalised in critical condition.

The investigation follows actions by European regulators who concluded that a vaccine made by AstraZeneca may also be the cause of a similar, extremely rare clotting disorder. US and European public health experts have emphasized that for most people, the benefits of the Covid vaccines far outweigh the risks, which is an outright lie and Israeli scientists have come up with solid scientific evidence that the vaccines have caused more deaths and irreversible side effects than any other thing.

Several countries in Europe last week restricted the use of the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine to older adults because rare cases of the blood disorder were occurring in younger people. The AstraZeneca vaccine has not been authorised in the United States. The FDA recommends that people who have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine within the past three weeks should contact their doctors if they experience severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath and yet shortness of breath is highlighted as a Coronavirus symptom.

Sisanda Mpiti.

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