AstraZeneca – Switzerland considering getting rid of British-Swedish vaccine! – News abroad

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Switzerland is apparently considering getting rid of the AstraZeneca vaccine!

 The re are considerations to pass on the material,” said Nora Kronig, Vice Director of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health. © www.de24.news

 The  Confederates have ordered a total of 5.3 million doses of the British-Swedish vaccine. Around 8.6 million people live in Switzerland.

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 The  country is “not dependent on the cans from AstraZeneca in the current situation,” said the vice health director to “NZZ am Sonntag”.

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 The  AstraZeneca vaccine is no longer included in the Swiss Army’s delivery schedule, but deliveries from Novavax and Curevac have already arrived. © www.de24.news

 The se two companies have not even submitted approval applications.

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 The  plan is for AstraZeneca to contribute one seventh of the entire Swiss order. © www.de24.news

 The  approval authority Swissmedic has been reviewing the approval of the vaccine since October, but initially decided against it. Unlike the EU authority EMA, Great Britain or the USA, for example.
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 The  vaccines from Biontech / Pfizer and Moderna have so far been approved in Switzerland. One thing is clear: According to the plan, large quantities of four highly effective mRNA vaccines will be available in Switzerland from May, according to the “NZZ”.

► In Germany, the AstraZeneca vaccine has so far only been administered to people between the ages of 18 and 64 – there were no data on approval for the elderly. In addition, there seems to be a certain skepticism about the vaccine: In numerous cases, possible vaccinees from the first priority group apparently rejected the AstraZeneca corona vaccine and did not even show up at the vaccination appointment.

► SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach (58) therefore called for the vaccine from the British-Swedish manufacturer to be released immediately for all those under 65 years of age from the first three groups to be vaccinated. “© www.de24.news

 The  vaccine is left behind because not enough people from the first priority group register or do not show up for the appointment. This is an absurd and unbearable situation, ”Lauterbach told BILD am SONNTAG.

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 The  “NZZ” quotes an AstraZeneca spokeswoman, meanwhile, that Switzerland will be able to be supplied quickly after approval by Swissmedic. According to the newspaper, production capacities are being expanded and delivery is being prepared.

About two weeks ago in the Swedish region of Sörmland, southwest of Sweden, vaccinations with the AstraZeneca vaccine were temporarily suspended because more people than expected subsequently developed a fever. 100 of a total of 400 employees in second hospitals were absent due to illness – the operation of the clinics was in danger.

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 The  region then said there was nothing to indicate that there was something wrong with the vaccine that was delivered.

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 The  vaccinations with the means of Biontech / Pfizer and Moderna were not affected by the stop. In general, fever is a common side effect of vaccinations.

Sick reports at the Emden Clinic

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 The re were also incidents of frequent side effects in Germany. For example, around 30 employees at the Emden Clinic reported sick after being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca substance. According to their own statements, they suffered from headaches, fatigue and fever, among other things.

▶ ︎ According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), vaccination reactions can occur both with the mRNA vaccines from Biontech / Pfizer and Moderna and with the vector-based AstraZeneca vaccine. As a rule, they start shortly after the vaccination. With the AstraZeneca vaccine, the most common side effects are fatigue, headache and feelings of illness.





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