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Del jueves al sábado se colocaron 2,821 vacunas de AstraZeneca; no se han reportado reacciones adversas

From Thursday to Saturday, 2,821 AstraZeneca vaccines were administered; no adverse reactions have been reported

The director of the metropolitan health region, Israel Cedeño, said that the estimated 1,000 people per day who are vaccinated with AstraZeneca's anticovid vaccines are being met.
In the first three days, 2,821 people were vaccinated with these doses against SARS-CoV-2.

The Ministry of Health reported this Saturday that it has not reported any person who, once the appointment is scheduled, has rejected the AstraZeneca vaccine. Similarly, there has been no adverse reaction after having it placed.

"Only the usual, pain in the local area, general malaise, which are normal responses of the immune system," explained Cedeño.

The official added that the population has understood that the benefits of this vaccine far outweigh the possible risks.

On April 16, the first 36,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in the country. In the coming weeks the arrival of 70 thousand new doses is expected.
Comments

MHogan 21 days ago
Your query is valid, Mike. Where do people report AE and is transparency there? Also, AE may not show up so soon - with AZ worldwide, blood clotting and other events took days/weeks to manifest and vaccine companies were quick to dismiss causality. Many clotting patients die quietly in their sleep or are obscure initially. Vaccine batch difference is possible.
mike 21 days ago
Not a single complication? That is very strange.
Admittedly, 2821 vaccinations are not a lot. But statistically at least 15 complications should have occurred.
Maybe it's not the same vaccine. You never know.
Vaccination against covid19 makes no sense anyway, since more than 97% of infected people get well without vaccination.

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