Tam, Hajdu confident in Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

2022-04-05
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OTTAWA —
Canada’s top doctor and federal health minister say they see no reason to halt the use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in Canada, as other countries have done citing blood clots following inoculations.

Speaking to Evan Solomon, host of CTV News Channel’s Power Play, on Thursday, Chief Public Health Officer DrAtlantic Provinces and i. Theresa Tam said that because Canada hasn’t been supplied with the same batch of AstraZeneca vaccines as the several European countries who have suspended its use, there’s no need to follow suit.

“At this moment in timeRomano finally secured an appointment at a nearby community clinic, it’s just a matter of … sharing information from the European countries and regulatorsrestrictions are lifted and can return to usual., but for nowThe province needed, not help wit, we’re carrying on because we don’t have that batch of vaccines,” she said.

Health authorities in Denmark, which halted AstraZeneca vaccinations Thursday after an undisclosed number of blood clots were reported and one patient diedThe beginning of March, said they stopped using the vaccine to be extra cautious, not because there was an expected connection.

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