The AstraZeneca Covid vaccine rollout in Australia will NOT be interrupted despite cases of blood clotting
The Therapeutic Goods Administration said on Wednesday that a link between the vaccine and clot disease had not been proven, but it was still investigating the issue as the vaccinations continue.
Resume vaccinations from March 19.
Cyprus, which stopped the vaccine on March 15, resumed vaccinations on March 19.
To interrupt the offering of vaccine to people under 55 and require a new analysis of the benefits and risks of the injection based on age and gender.
The medical regulator approved resumed use of the AstraZeneca vaccine on March 19, but said it should only be given to people 55 and older.
Resume the AstraZeneca vaccine from March 29, but only give it to people 65 and older.
Has limited use of the vaccine after a nurse died of anaphylactic shock, and vaccinations will only continue in full-fledged medical centers, TASS news agency reported March 19.
As of March 31, Germany will restrict the use of the shot to people over 60 and high-priority groups, following further reports of a rare brain blood disorder.
Resume use on March 25 after it was suspended on March 11 pending investigations into reports that it may have been linked to blood clots.
Resume the vaccine on March 22, but warned against using the vaccine in people with low platelet counts.
Plans to resume roll-out of the vaccine for everyone 18 and older in “ the next few days, ” a committee said on March 19, after it was suspended on March 14.
On March 19, use of the vaccine will resume and Italians who refuse to be vaccinated with it will be given an alternative later.
He also said it would restart administering the shots from March 19.
The vaccine started again on March 19, currently only for 65-year-olds.
The health minister said on March 18 that the country would resume the vaccine that week.
Health Minister Venko Filipce said on March 31 that AstraZeneca shots would be limited to people over the age of 60 as a precaution.
President Moon Jae-in received the vaccine on March 23 prior to a trip abroad as the country vaccinates elderly and health workers.
Spain said on March 30 that it would use the vaccine for people aged 55-65, and a day later said it would extend the vaccination to essential workers over the age of 65.
Resume use of the vaccine on March 25 for people 65 and older, the health agency said, but restrictions apply for Swedes under 65.
Began to use on March 15, when Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha became the first to be vaccinated after Thailand delayed rollout the week before.
USE OF VACCINES SUSPENDED
Suspended use of one batch of the vaccine on March 7 following the death of one person and the illness of another.
Suspended administration of the vaccine it would receive on March 20 as part of the global COVAX vaccination schedule, the health ministry said.
Will extend the suspension of the shot by three weeks pending further investigation after the two-week hiatus ends on March 25. A local survey indicated that one in three Danes would refuse to get the shot.
Norway will delay a decision on the use of the vaccine, authorities said on March 26, with a decision expected on April 15.
Temporarily stopped vaccinating people with one batch of the vaccine on March 11.