German Chancellor Merkel Gets AstraZeneca Vaccine

They vaccinated German Chancellor Angela Merkel against Coronavirus. They vaccinated Angela Merkel with the AstraZeneca vaccine, which has ceased to be used in many countries due to blood clotting problems.

ANGELE MERKEL ASTRAZENECA VACCINE

They vaccinated German Chancellor Angela Merkel. AstraZeneca has been banned by many countries worldwide due to blood clotting problems. Merkel has the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.

Government Spokesperson Steffen Seibert made a statement on Twitter. Angela Merkel stated that today is the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Seibert also shared the photo of the vaccination notebook written “Dr. Angela Merkel. Date of birth 17.07.1954” on his account.

After the vaccination, Merkel said, “Today I am happy to be the first vaccine from AstraZeneca. Thank you to everyone who participated in the vaccination campaign. Vaccination is the key to overcoming the epidemic.”

On the other hand, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz reported that he had the vaccine.

In the vaccination campaign that started in Germany on December 27, 2020, many German citizens have been vaccinated so far. 15 million 400 thousand people were the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, and the second dose was 5 million 400 thousand people.

ASTRAZENECA VACCINE IS CURRENTLY PROHIBITED IN MANY COUNTRIES

They suspended the vaccine last week in many countries of the world, especially in Europe, due to blood clotting problems. Regarding the Covid-19 vaccine, the World Health Organization and the European Medicines Agency made a statement. He said that the benefit of the vaccine is more, it is harmful. Thereupon, while many countries continue to vaccinate, some countries continue their research on vaccines.

19 COUNTRIES DON’T USE ANYMORE

Despite the advice of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization, the use of the Oxford / AstraZeneca Covid – 19 vaccine has so far been stopped in 19 countries.

Vaccine use stopped in Sweden, France, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Italy, Austria, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Romania, Thailand, Indonesia, Luxembourg and Spain. The UK continues to use the vaccine.

At the same time, 2 people who received the vaccine in Italy also died.