The battle for coronavirus vaccines has further escalated. European Commission President Von der Lein warned that if the EU does not receive the AstraZeneca vaccines it has ordered, the EU will ban the export of AstraZeneca vaccines.
Agence France-Presse reported that in an interview with German media group Funke on Saturday (20th), Von Delane said: “The message we want to convey to AstraZeneca is that you must perform the EU contract first, and then you can start to sell to other countries. Export vaccines.
On the other hand, the Danish authorities reported on Saturday that two hospital employees had experienced thrombosis and cerebral hemorrhage after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The European Medicines Agency announced on March 18 that after investigating 30 reports of blood abnormalities, the agency came to a “clear” conclusion, convinced that vaccination against AstraZeneca crown disease is far from protecting people from the risk of crown disease-related death or hospitalization. Exceeding its potential risks; Germany and France and many other EU countries immediately announced the resumption of vaccination activities for this vaccine.
British Prime Minister Johnson and French Prime Minister Castay received the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine on Friday; German Chancellor Merkel and Italian Chancellor Draghi also indicated that they would receive the AstraZeneca vaccine. Although France has restarted the AstraZeneca vaccination campaign, it is recommended that only people 55 years of age or older be vaccinated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) also once again called on countries to continue to use the AstraZeneca vaccine, but Norway, Denmark, and Sweden indicated that they will further investigate the blood clotting problems of some vaccinated patients before deciding whether to resume the use of this vaccine.