AstraZeneca: German Minister of Health criticized for his decision
Like the French government, overwhelmed by the cascading European announcements of Anglo-Swedish vaccine withdrawals, the same fate struck Berlin.
Monday morning, the CDU, the party of Angela Merkel, tried to overcome a severe electoral defeat recorded in two regions of the west. His government was preparing to organize a summit dedicated to the vaccination campaign. Health Minister Jens Spahn, who had visited an injection center in the morning, was looking for announcements “Positive” to be distilled to the population. Two days later, the program fell through and the ambitious minister suffered a new crisis.
Like the French government, overwhelmed by the cascading European announcements of withdrawals of the AstraZeneca vaccine, the same fate struck Berlin, but under the guise – across the Rhine – of the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI). On Monday, this health watch body reported, between March 11 and March 15, of a “Striking accumulation of very rare cerebral venous thrombosis (sinus)” who followed the vaccination. As a result, the latter should be suspended, advocated the PEI, “until
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