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As you understand, WHO’s Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety met this week to evaluate the information on blood clots and low platelets among some people who received the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. Our partnerships with Facebook, Twitter, Google, and others have helped to counter misinformation about the pandemic and brought dependable info to over 2.2 billion people in additional than 75 languages. With regard to specific vaccines, WHO has thus far validated the Pfizer vaccine, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and two AstraZeneca vaccines for emergency use. WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization has also found these vaccines to be safe and effective and made recommendations on their use. Other vaccines have been assessed by Stringent Regulatory Authorities and authorised for emergency use.

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The WHO Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization has issued interim recommendations for use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in adults aged 18 years and above. position paper on the scientific, moral, legal and technological concerns on the introduction of necessities for proof of COVID-19 vaccination for outgoing or incoming worldwide travellers. Deaths from other causes will proceed to occur, together with after vaccination, however causally unrelated. The GACVS is carefully assessing the present stories …