Vaccines have been linked with side effects

The AstraZeneca vaccine side effects have resulted in the jab being suspended in Ireland due to concerns over blood clots.

Ireland’s Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, said that the decision was made on the back of a recommendation from the National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC).

More than 110,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine have been administered in Ireland, which is about 20% of all doses given to date.

Mr Donnelly said: “Obviously nobody would want to see this kind of thing happening, however what I am very comforted by, as Minister for Health, is that our senior clinicians leading the vaccination programme moved very quickly and they are erring on the side of caution. That is something I want to see and I think it is something the Irish people want to see.”

Those who were due to receive their first dose of AstraZeneca have had their appointments rescheduled.

While AstraZeneca have of course denied that their vaccines are causing problems, the vaccine has also been suspended in Germany, Chile, Slovakia, Jakarta, Brazil, Spain, Italy, France, Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, Iceland, Denmark, and many other countries. 

However, the UK has continued to cling tightly to the AstraZeneca vaccine. 

While Boris Johnson has posed for pictures with nurses holding a vaccine needle near his arm, scores of people across the UK have continued to suffer side effects from the vaccine. 

One of the latest death reports concerns Tanya Smith, 43, who died from a blood clot after receiving a toxic combination of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. 

Partner Kenneth Edwards said Tanya felt “pretty rough” for a couple of days after the jab – and then woke one morning with painful stomach cramps.

Tanya was taken to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, where she passed away from multiple blood clots. She was found to have suffered multiple blood clots and then had a heart attack and a cardiac arrest.

Her partner, Kenneth Edwards said that prior to taking the jab, Tanya had been healthy and had never suffered from any side effects. 

Tanya was invited to have her vaccination early because she was a key worker and a carer for her daughter who has disabilities.

No inquest has yet been opened into her death. 

It was also revealed that a trial carried out by the University of Oxford with children and teens was paused and Regulators at the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) confirmed that they are investigating a potential association between the jab and a rare form of blood clot.

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