According to EMA statement: Italy and France continue vaccination campaign
8:17 p.m., March 18, 2021
After the European Medicines Agency (EMA) gave the green light for the continuation of the vaccination campaign with the Astrazeneca vaccine, Italy wants to hit the gas pedal to make up for the vaccination delays that have occurred in recent days. “The government welcomes EMA’s statement. The vaccination campaign will resume on Friday. The government is trying to vaccinate as many people as possible in the shortest possible time, “said Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
Italy suspended vaccinations with the Astrazeneca vaccine on Monday. People who had previously been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine had died in the country over the past week and weekend. The judicial authorities are investigating at least nine cases. A 54-year-old Neapolitan who had been in the intensive care unit of a hospital since Saturday died on Thursday. According to relatives, the woman had suffered a cerebral haemorrhage after being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Investigations are ongoing into the deaths of two military officers and a police officer in Sicily after being immunized with Astrazeneca vaccine doses. Catania prosecutor Carmelo Zuccaro wrote yesterday that no scientifically based evidence of a link between the deaths and the vaccination had emerged. Zuccaro stressed that he himself and a large part of the prosecutors and the staff of the Palace of Justice in Catania had been immunized with Astrazeneca vaccine.
France also wants to continue vaccinating
In France, too, the AstraZeneca corona vaccine will be administered again from Friday according to the EMA’s recommendation for use. The EMA’s report confirms that the vaccine is not only highly effective, but also safe, said French Prime Minister Jean Castex on Thursday evening. The head of government announced that he wanted to get himself vaccinated with the AstraZeneca drug on Friday afternoon. He wanted to show that you can have full confidence in the vaccine.
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