Today, Monday, the Danish Health Authority said that the country will stop using “Johnson & Johnson” vaccines against the emerging corona virus, as part of its vaccination program.
This step comes after the Scandinavian country last month stopped using the “AstraZeneca” vaccine.
The Danish Health Authority confirmed in a statement at the time that the decision not to use the “AstraZeneca” vaccine was issued by the National Health Care Committee, due to the discovery of a link between it and the clots that appeared in the blood of a number of those who underwent vaccination with it.
Denmark will no longer use AstraZeneca vaccine https://t.co/xbsAsPYf0b via @rte Meanwhile Ireland will plough on. Abundance of Caution is not applicable to '60's to '69's! However, will many accept it or wait??— Gerry Bridgett (@GerryBridgett) April 14, 2021