The World Health Organization’s chief scientist, Sumia Swaminathan, has said that the AstraZeneca vaccine should be continued, adding that there is no evidence that the vaccine has caused blood clots.
According to the details, the World Health Organization has given this advice at a time when many countries of the world have temporarily stopped the use of British vaccine.
Sumia Swaminathan, chief scientist at the World Health Organization, said Oxford’s current corona vaccine should continue.
“We do not want to cause panic among the people. The British vaccine has been banned in some countries because there were reports of blood clots in some people after using the vaccine,” said Sumaya Swaminathan. However, no final report has been released, so this does not mean that these cases are related to corona vaccination.
Sumia Swaminathan, chief scientist at the World Health Organization, added that case studies are routine, showing that the surveillance system is working while the agency’s vaccine safety experts are looking at AstraAnica data.