Slovenia has temporarily suspended the use of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Covid-1 vaccine, a 20-year-old woman who recently received a single dose shot, officials announced Wednesday.
“Janssen, according to the notification of a serious adverse event after the vaccination [J&J]The members of the advisory group suggested that the vaccine be suspended until the situation was resolved, “said Health Minister Janez Pokluca in an official statement.
According to local media, the woman, whose identity has been kept secret, was admitted to the hospital in critical condition on September 27. According to the report, on the night of September 28, he died of cerebral hemorrhage and blood clots
He was the second recipient of the J&K vaccine in Slovenia to suffer from a serious health condition that is not Kovid-1, a disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, the official STA news agency reported.
“We are all shocked and I want to express my condolences to the family of the deceased. We have decided in our task force session that this incident may be linked to vaccination and we have decided to temporarily stop all vaccinations with this special vaccine, ”said Bozana Beovich, a government health worker in charge of vaccination.
The moratorium will remain in place until experts determine whether there is a link between the woman’s death from the stroke and the vaccine shots she received, Poklucker said.
A large-scale protest involving thousands of citizens against the CCP virus ban imposed by the government on Wednesday took to the streets of Slovenia’s capital and the country’s largest city, Ljubljana.
In protest, participants observed a moment of silence for the young woman, saying she wanted to “buy her freedom” after the government announced strict measures, including making the Covid-1 vaccine passport compulsory for her to go to work. All state-run companies.
One-dose jabs gained popularity in Eastern European countries after the government introduced the new CCP virus system.
During the September 29 protests, protesters carried banners reading “Stop Corona Fascism” and demanded equal rights for those who were vaccinated and those who were not.
“I am here, for the future of my children, for future generations, because this madness needs to stop,” said one protester, Katja Jupon. “If we don’t stand up for ourselves and for mankind, we’re done, we’re lost.”
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) currently approves four Covid-1 vaccines in Slovenia, manufactured by J&J, AstraZeneca, Pfizer / Biotech and Modern.
Pokলmon said on September 29 that about one million people in Slovenia had been fully vaccinated, including 120,000 with the J&K vaccine, explaining that he believed that “the benefits of vaccination outweigh the potential risks.”
Slovenia has already recommended the J&J vaccine to all people over the age of 18, with some countries limiting its use to adults.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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