Blood clots as prevalent with Pfizer and Moderna vaccine as with AstraZeneca's: study
A study by the University of Oxford found that the number of people who received blood clots after being vaccinated with a coronavirus vaccine was roughly the same for those who received Pfizer and Moderna vaccines as they did for the AstraZeneca vaccine that came with University help was established. According to the study, 4 in 1 million people will have cerebral vein thrombosis after receiving the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, compared with 5 in 1 million people who received the AstraZeneca vaccine. The risk of developing CVT is much higher in patients who receive COVID-19 - 39 in a million patients - than in those who get vaccinated. The use of AstraZeneca vaccines has been discontinued or restricted in many countries due to concerns about blood clots.
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