Confirmed: AstraZeneca Experimental COVID Injection Causes Fatal Blood Clots – Trials with Children Halted

Just days after Australia's deputy chief medical officer, Michael Kidd, acknowledged that there was likely a connection between rare blood clots and the COVID vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford, officials from the EMA, Europe's top pharmaceutical regulator, have finally acknowledged the link, even if the agency's official stance - that there's no evidence of a link, but no evidence to rule it out - remains unchanged. The EMA declared at the conclusion of a hasty "safety review" last month that the benefits of the AstraZeneca jab (which is expected to to be the workhorse of the global vaccination rollout as Covax, the WHO/Gates Foundation program to vaccination developing countries, expects to heavily rely on the jab) far outweighed any risks, while saying it couldn't definitively rule out the possibility that the blood clots and the vaccine might be connected. But researchers from Norway, Germany and elsewhere insisted they had found evidence of a connection. And after the UK acknowledged more than 2 dozen new cases of the rare clots - 9 of them fatal - it seems the dam has finally broken. WSJ reported Tuesday that the University of Oxford had decided to pause trials of the vaccine in the UK that involved children between the ages of 12 and 15.

After 9 Deaths, Blood Clot Concerns over AstraZeneca Experimental COVID Shot Prompts Germany to Halt Injections Again

German health officials agreed Tuesday to restrict the use of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine in people under 60, amid fresh concern over unusual blood clots reported in a tiny number of those who received the shots. Health Minister Jens Spahn and state officials agreed unanimously to only give the vaccine to people aged 60 or older, unless they belong to a high-risk category for serious illness from COVID-19 and have agreed with their doctor to take the vaccine despite the small risk of a serious side-effect. The move follows the recommendations of Germany’s independent vaccine expert panel and comes after the country’s medical regulator released new data showing a rise in reported cases of an unusual form of blood clot in the head — known as sinus vein thrombosis — in recent recipients of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Norwegian Medical Professor Finds Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine And Fatal Blood Clots but EMA Tells Europe to Continue Anyway because “Benefits Outweigh Risks”

A Norwegian physician and professor of medicine at Oslo University Hospital, Pål Andre Holme, held a press conference earlier today to announce the results of their investigation into three healthcare workers under the age of 50 in Norway who developed blood clots following the AstraZeneca experimental vaccine, resulting in the death of one of them. Dr. Holme confirmed that the AstraZeneca vaccine was the cause of the blood clots. More than 20 countries have suspended the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine roll out due to similar reports and concerns. In Italy, a manslaughter investigation has been launched against the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine. However, just hours after Dr. Holme's press conference, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) also held a press conference to announce the results of their investigation over the reports of fatal blood clots. Predictably, their result was more in favor of the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, and not patient rights and safety concerns. They concluded that there was no link between the AstraZeneca experimental COVID vaccines and the fatal blood clots, and urged countries to resume vaccinations because "the benefits outweigh the risks." So who would you trust to give you truthful advice on the AstraZeneca experimental vaccines? A university chief physician and professor of medicine who is just trying to find the cause of these blood clots and has no financial interest in the results, or government health agency bureaucrats comprised of Big Pharma insiders? I predict that every single country that has halted the AstraZeneca experimental vaccines will eventually resume them in the days and weeks ahead. I also predict that the U.S. FDA will issue an EUA to AstraZeneca in the weeks ahead to start using their experimental COVID vaccine in the U.S., where tens of millions of doses are already stockpiled. I seriously doubt that Tanzania President John Magufuli's sudden death yesterday after being missing for almost 3 weeks was an accident, but probably a well-timed murder to serve as an example to anyone else in a position of national authority who could prevent the rapid roll-out of these eugenic experimental COVID vaccines, that the Big Pharma cartel will go after anyone who stands in their way.

Teacher Dies Hours After Getting AstraZeneca COVID Shot in Italy – Manslaughter Investigation Launched

A day after Italy, Germany and the Netherlands joined a growing list of European countries suspending the experimental AstraZenca COVID shots due to reported cases of fatal blood clots, a manslaughter investigation has reportedly been launched in Italy over a 57-year-old clarinet teacher who passed away on Sunday, less than 24 hours after having the first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Prosecutors in the northern Italian region of Piedmont have also reportedly seized nearly 400,000 doses of the AstraZenca COVID vaccine. Sweden announced earlier today that they have also halted the use of the experimental AstraZeneca vaccine. The experimental AstraZeneca vaccine is expected to be given emergency use authorization (EUA) by the FDA in the U.S. by the end of March, or early April. AstraZeneca has faced supply issues in distributing the shots to other countries, and even though the U.S. has tens of millions of doses stored that currently cannot be used since it has not been issued an EUA yet, the Biden administration has reportedly refused to allow AstraZeneca to ship the doses to other countries, signaling that the FDA issuing an EUA to allow the shots to be used in the U.S. is probably a done deal already.

BREAKING: 9 European Nations Suspend Experimental AstraZeneca COVID Vaccines Due to Fatal Blood Clots

Earlier this week we reported that Austria had stopped injecting people with AstraZeneca's experimental COVID vaccines after two nurses developed blood clots, with one of them dying. Another death due to blood clots following injection of the AstraZeneca's COVID vaccine was reported in Denmark, prompting Denmark to also suspend vaccinating people with the current AstraZeneca COVID vaccine. Earlier today, Denmark's health minister Magnus Heunicke tweeted that the health authorities in Denmark were conducting a thorough investigation into the issue. Several other countries have now followed Austria and Denmark's precautionary actions, and also stopped the roll out of AstraZeneca's experimental COVID vaccines. Norway, Estonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Iceland and Italy have all reportedly stopped their plans to use the AstraZeneca vaccine.