A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE
A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: Hong Kong experts push for Johnson & Johnson vaccine to replace AstraZeneca shots after blood clot report; city confirms 10 cases, 8 imported

  • Pandemic adviser, top pharmacist both encourage officials to acquire US-produced vaccine said to be 72 per cent effective after just one shot and able to protect against new South African coronavirus variant
  • The advice follows the release of a Wednesday report that concluded blood clots were a ‘rare side effect’ of the British-Swedish vaccine

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A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE
A report released on Wednesday concluded that blood clots could be a ‘rare side effect’ of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: EPA-EFE
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