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Pandemic, blood clot from "AstraZeneca" rare side effect, Germany towards re-isolation, here is the situation in Italy

Pandemic, blood clot from "AstraZeneca" rare side effect, Germany

The safety committee of the European Medicines Agency, as expected, made a statement yesterday regarding the link between the vaccine created by Oxford / AstraZeneca and the blood clot reported in some cases. On Tuesday, an official from this agency, exactly the head of EMA, Marco Cavaleri in an interview given to the Italian "Il Messaggero" published yesterday, said that there is a connection between the AstraZeneca vaccine that causes blood clots in patients . The EMA stated yesterday that a possible link has been found between the AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare blood clotting disorder, so it could cause unusual blood clots with low platelets. However, this agency has clarified that the benefits that come from vaccination with doses of this vaccine are much greater than the problems that come as a side effect of it. In its statement, EMA has indicated that the vaccine in question is safe for use in adults over 18 years. Also according to the EMA. reported cases of obesity in vaccinated persons, were female persons in the age of 60 years, but that the causes leading to such a complication have not yet been identified and have not been discovered. Experts have reviewed several dozen cases that have been reported in Europe and the UK, where 25 million people have received the AstraZenenca vaccine. "Reported cases of unusual blood clots after vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine, "They should be listed as possible side effects of the vaccine," said Emer Cooke, chief executive of the EMA agency. The committee said it had reported 18 deaths in its review of 62 cases of CVST (a clot in the sinuses that drain blood from the brain) and 24 cases of splanch vein thrombosis (in the abdomen) that were reported in the EU database. The EMA called on healthcare workers and people receiving the vaccine to be vigilant about the possibility of very rare cases of blood clots combined with low blood platelet levels occurring within 2 weeks of vaccination. The committee said it had reported 18 deaths in its review of 62 cases of CVST (a clot in the sinuses that drain blood from the brain) and 24 cases of splanch vein thrombosis (in the abdomen) that were reported in the EU database. The EMA called on healthcare workers and people receiving the vaccine to be vigilant about the possibility of very rare cases of blood clots combined with low blood platelet levels occurring within 2 weeks of vaccination. The committee said it had reported 18 deaths in its review of 62 cases of CVST (a clot in the sinuses that drain blood from the brain) and 24 cases of splanch vein thrombosis (in the abdomen) that were reported in the EU database. The EMA called on healthcare workers and people receiving the vaccine to be vigilant about the possibility of very rare cases of blood clots combined with low blood platelet levels occurring within 2 weeks of vaccination.

Situation in Germany and Italy

Chancellor Angela Merkel supports demands for a short and severe blockade in Germany to curb the spread of the coronavirus as infection rates are too high, a German government spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Germany is struggling to tackle a third wave of the pandemic and some regional leaders have called for a brief and sharp blockade as the country tries to vaccinate more people. "Any call for a consistent short block is right. "We need a stable rate below 100," said government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer, adding that Germany was seeing an increasing number of intensive care patients. A majority of the 16 prime ministers of the German federal state were opposed to bringing forward the talks scheduled for April 12 on what action to take. Meanwhile in Italy the situation has been quite tense, as there have been clashes between citizens and police. Restaurant owners in Rome, but also others dissatisfied with the government's epidemiological measures, due to which they have not worked for weeks, clashed with police during the protest. A police officer was injured in today's clashes between several hundred demonstrators. Citizens protested without protective masks and demanded that the government allow them to work again. The agency reports that security forces intervened after protesters tried to break the police cordon and that members of extreme right-wing groups were among those gathered to take part in the riots. Restaurants, bars and cafes in Italy are closed at least until the end of April and they are only allowed through counter sales or delivery service.