Sweden: Almost six times as many suspected side effects reported for AstraZeneca’s vaccine compared to Pfizer and Moderna
The Swedish Medical Products Agency has received almost six times as many reports of suspected side effects for AstraZeneca’s vaccine, compared with the other two EU-approved vaccines Pfizer/Biontech and Moderna, in relation to the number of people vaccinated.
By the end of March, the authority had received 14,275 reports – by then, 252,000 people in Sweden had received the Swedish-British vaccine. It will be a share of 5.7 percent. The corresponding figure for Pfizer / Biontech is 0.7 and for Moderna 0.9.
The EMA’s response, along with that of the World Health Organisation, is published below:
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** This post was originally published on April 6, 2021 **