Without AstraZeneca, Austria’s vaccination schedule will be bad

According to the European Medicines Agency, severe allergic reactions can be a rare side effect.


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Shattered reputation: AstraZeneca’s vaccine.

The reputation of AstraZeneca is so battered that everything was done in Vienna on Friday to correct the picture. Herwig Kollaritsch, epidemiologist and member of the national vaccination committee, the President of the Medical Association, Thomas Szekeres, and a number of other experts assured that so far nothing has indicated a causal connection between the vaccination and several deaths after blood clots with the following pulmonary embolism. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced that he was going to be vaccinated with the vaccine of the British-Swedish group in order to increase his confidence in the …

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Accessed on March 13th, 2021 at 5:10 am on https://www.sn.at/politik/innenpolitik/ohne-astrazeneca-haben-es-schlecht-um-oesterreichs-impfplan-100986127

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