EU examines reports of blood clots from COVID vaccine

EU is examining reports of blood clots caused by J&J COVID vaccination. 

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EU is examining reports of blood clots caused by J&J COVID vaccination. 

Many other vaccines including AstraZeneca have been accused of causing blood clots in the brain. The same is the case with Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The cases occurred in the US where one person died because of a blood clot in the brain, while the other four are dealing with low platelet count.

The EMA has already confirmed possible links between AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine and very rare blood clots in the brain and abdomen. J&J has also been found as one causing blood clots and is under testing by the regulatory authorities. “At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the Janssen Covid-19 vaccine,” the company said in an emailed statement.

The EMA also said it was not yet clear if there was a link between the two vaccines and the reported conditions, and that its safety committee would decide if regulatory action such as label changes were needed.

Some European countries including Spain, Germany, etc., have banned the use of vaccines causing irregularities in individuals. The EMA also said five cases of capillary leak syndrome in people who received AstraZeneca’s vaccine were reported. The swelling of blood capillaries is yet another symptom found. 

After a detailed examination, the shots of AstraZeneca and J&J have been finally approved by Europe.