EU regulator wants warning on J&J Covid-19 vaccine after finding possible link to very rare blood clots
The European Medicines Agency found a possible link between the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine and 'unusual' blood clots cases with low levels of blood platelets, according to a statement issued on Tuesday.
The agency said that the overall benefit-risk remains positive, but said the link should be listed as "very rare side effects of the vaccine." The EMA suggested a warning be attached to product information about the shot.
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