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Ireland suspends use of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

Ireland suspends use of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

The National Immunisation Advisory Committee of the Republic of Ireland recommended the suspension of the usage of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in the country. Ireland accordingly suspended use, after reports emerged of serious blood clotting events in adults in Norway. Stephen Donnelly, the Irish Minister for Health said that the move was a ’precautionary step’.

Tom A
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Shane
Shane 0 months

Ireland has the worst lockdown restrictions in the EU atm. We have not come out of them since March of last year, and have been effectively in level 5 lockdown since October, which sets a 5km travel limit and all non-essential businesses to remain shut. A recent survey indicated that almost 70% of Irish people wanted to return to normality as soon as the vulnerable were vaccinated. Now we get the news that vaccines will be stalled. Recent anti-lockdown protests were suppressed by a mobilised force of Gardai (Irish police) and then hijacked by a minority of unruly individuals which resulted in mayhem on the streets of Dublin. All protesters were labelled fascists and far-right by the media. Protests are now officially considered non-essential, a fundamental right taken away. It is due to the measures and our incompetent puppet nation that I have decided to move abroad for the coming months. I pray a return to normality will be on the horizon when I return.

Ruain
Ruain 0 months

👍 Fucking egg

World
World 0 months

Yes! Be smart! If there are bad side effects, pause and think!!!

BlunderingFool
BlunderingFool 0 months

I wasn’t aware that NI and the netherlanda has the same PRODUCER making their vaccines. Much as I despise Phizer the design seems to be fine given the millions vaccinated who have not dropped dead with blood clotting, which points to a regional (Production), not global (Design), issue.

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