Europe Investigates Reports of Blood Clots in Recipients of J&J’s Covid-19 Vaccine

Elvera Bartels

The European Union’s health company is investigating a small number of experiences of critical blood clots between men and women who have been given the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.

There have been four described conditions of major blood clots, which includes one death, in men and women who been given the J&J vaccine, the European Medications Company explained on Friday. One particular situation transpired in a scientific demo and a few were being in men and women given the shot as part of the U.S. vaccination campaign.

The EMA explained it is not apparent nonetheless no matter whether there is a link among the vaccine and the blood clots and that the company could decide to mandate an update to the safety info provided with the vaccine. Previous month, the EMA approved the J&J vaccine—which is branded as Janssen, a J&J unit— for use in the EU, but the

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