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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The announcements from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and also the European Medicines Agency, should be taken as reassurance for patients that overall, the benefits of taking the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for Covid-19 outweigh the risks. The cautionary change the JCVI is recommending is that for adults aged 18-29 with no underlying conditions that could put them at greater risk of Covid-19, other vaccines should be offered, if available.We now need assurance that there will be enough supply of other vaccines to be able to vaccinate patients aged 18-29, if they choose not to have the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.Vaccination sites also need clear guidance on how administering some vaccines to some patients and other vaccines to other patients should be managed – and we need clear communication as to when vaccine supplies should be expected, with changes to these schedules kept to a minimum.The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.It’s vital that patients understand that the risk of developing blood clots after receiving the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is incredibly low for all patient groups.
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. Read More Matt Hancock says having the AstraZeneca vaccine is ‘no riskier than a long haul flight’ More than 20 million people have received a dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK. The vast majority of patients who have had the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine will have experienced either no side effects or expected minor side effects, such as an aching arm or flu-like symptoms, which are self-limiting.GPs and our teams – with colleagues across the NHS – have been working incredibly hard delivering the Covid vaccination programme, protecting patients from the virus, and generally, uptake of the Covid-19 vaccine has been very high. It’s important this is maintained and we would continue to urge all people to come forward for their vaccination when invited. Getting vaccinated is the best protection we have against the virus, and the more people who have the vaccine, the better.Professor Martin Marshall is Chairman of the Royal College of GPs
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