According to a report by the authorities in Asturias region of Spain on April 5, a 55-year-old woman in the region was taken to the local hospital for treatment after being vaccinated against AstraZeneca coronavirus and diagnosed with “intracranial sinus thrombosis”.
The woman is currently in stable condition and the hospital is starting his symptoms. Because of the research. This is the first case of cerebral thrombosis in nearly 25,000 people who have been vaccinated against AstraZeneca in Asturias.
On March 15th local time, due to many cases of cerebral thrombosis after vaccination against AstraZeneca in European countries, the Spanish Ministry of Health suspended the vaccination for preventive reasons, but after the European Drug Administration ruled that the vaccine was safe, Spain resumed the AstraZeneca vaccine on March 24. Vaccination work.