A number of Asian Countries are speeding up the roll-out of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine. It is after confidence in its safety hits. Numerous Reports that the shot results in rare blood clots in Europe this month earlier.

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After shortly hesitating with the Vaccination, Many European countries again began with shot inoculations. The Regional regulator claims the vaccine is safe. Several leaders of countries are also taking the shots that help in boosting the confidence of the public out there.

AstraZeneca is cheapest COVID Vaccine. It’s short suspension have been raising concerns. The slowdown in vaccination hurt the global fight against the virus. As the cases surge in various countries, overwhelming healthcare systems and affecting economies.

 Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang reports in a campaign that, “I have just finished getting the (AstraZeneca) injection, there is no pain at the injection site, and there is no soreness of the body.”


Thailand’s prime minister also became the first person in the country to inoculate the AstraZeneca vaccine. Whereas, Indonesia began using it on Monday after suspending it last week. But Indonesia’s Food and Drug Agency has warned against its use on people with blood clotting disorders.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in, 68, plans to get the shot on Tuesday after the government said it could be used on older people. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson received his first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on Friday, saying he “did not feel a thing.”

Source: Reuters


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