Venezuela will not authorise AztraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine due to 'effects on patients', says VP

Venezuela will not authorise AztraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine due to 'effects on patients', says VP
Venezuela will not authorise AztraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine due to 'effects on patients', says VP

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - While no deal has been reached so far, AstraZeneca supplies one of the main vaccines used in the Covax initiative. — Reuters pic

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CARACAS, March 16 ― Venezuela will not authorise AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said yesterday, citing unspecified “effects on patients.”

Rodriguez' comments came after several European countries paused inoculations using the vaccine following reports of blood coagulation in recipients. Other countries, including Canada and Australia, have continued to recommend its use.

Venezuela has so far used Russia's Sputnik V and China's Sinopharm in its vaccination programme.

The government had been in talks with political opposition ― recognised as the South American nation's legitimate interlocutors by many Western countries ― over a possible deal to participate in the World Health Organisation's (WHO) Covax initiative, which provides vaccines to poor countries.

While no deal has been reached so far, AstraZeneca supplies one of the main vaccines used in the Covax initiative.

Rodriguez also said she had met with a representative of the Pan-American Health Organisation to reiterate the government's demand that Britain release gold frozen in Venezuela's accounts in the country to facilitate payments for Covax vaccines. ― Reuters

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