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This Morning published this video item, entitled “Is The AstraZeneca Vaccine Safe? Professors Debunk Vaccine Fears | This Morning” – below is their description.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the British public to continue getting vaccinated, despite concerns being raised about the AstraZeneca jab. Yesterday, a senior official from the European Medicines Agency said there appears to be a ‘clear link’ between the Oxford vaccine and rare blood clots. And, as a UK trial of the vaccine is paused – is there a real cause for concern? We’re joined by Professor of Immunology, Danny Altmann and Executive Chair of the Medical Research Council, Professor Fiona Watt to discuss.
Broadcast on 07/04/21This Morning YouTube Channel
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