Report: Researchers In Germany & Norway Identify Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine & Instances Of Potentially Deadly Blood Clots In The Brain


Researchers in both countries came to the conclusion independently. As some countries in Europe resume use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and as the Canadian government celebrates an upcoming shipment of 1.5 million AstraZeneca doses from the United States (where the vaccine has still not been approved for use on the American population), researchers in Norway and Germany have both independently found a link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and potentially deadly blood clots in the brain. Here’s what the Wall Street Journal reported: “Scientists in Europe said they had identified a mechanism that could lead the AstraZeneca PLC vaccine to cause potentially deadly blood clots in rare instances as well as a possible treatment for it. Two teams of medical researchers in Norway and Germany have independently found that the vaccine could trigger an autoimmune reaction causing blood to clot in the brain, which would offer an explanation for isolated incidents across Europe in recent weeks.

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