Chile to give AstraZeneca vaccine to people under 45

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In a written statement from the Chilean Ministry of Health, it was reported that a 31-year-old man, who was given AstraZeneca’s Kovid-19 vaccine, had a blood clot on June 1 and age minimum for people to whom this vaccine would be administered has been reduced from 18 to 45.

Noting that the case was described as “rare” and was under investigation, the statement said: “While the causal analysis was being carried out by the vaccine pharmacovigilance unit of the Institute of Public Health , as a preventive measure, the health authority has changed the age of administration of this vaccine to at least 45 people until the results of the study are received. ”statement has been included.

The person in question was reported to have symptoms such as weakness, fever, vomiting and dizziness after receiving the first dose of the vaccine 7 days ago.

In the statement, it was reported that 313,000,572 people were vaccinated with AstraZeneca, of which 12,000,988 received the second dose.

While the Kovid-19 vaccine was administered to 10 million 928 thousand 685 people in the country, the vaccination program of 8 million 180 thousand 288 people was completed.

Kovid-19, which has killed 29,000,598 people in Chile with a population of around 20 million, has been seen in 1,403,000,101 people to date.

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