Marco Cavalieri, head of vaccination strategy at the European Medicines Agency (EMA), said over the weekend that people over 60 should not be vaccinated with AstraZeneca – Read on Reuters. later expert He improved himselfAnd, he said, his comments were misunderstood by La Stampa journalists, since in the context of the pandemic, there are still more advantages than disadvantages to the AstraZeneca vaccine, even if there is a very rare side effect of thrombosis. However, as the epidemic begins to recede and the shortage of vaccines eases,
Available mRNA vaccines should be switched to reduce any risks.
With the number of cases declining, the younger generation is less susceptible to infection – at least if it does not start a new, more contagious mutation than in the UK. and holding. In areas like Hungary, exposure is currently down, so the EMA expert said it was worth switching to mRNA vaccines.
About recent mRNA vaccines I showedIt may predispose to myocarditis, but it can still be a very rare side effect and in most cases it has mild symptoms.