The problems affecting the Oxford drug have continued as the Netherlands suspends drug administration. The government has said it is a precautionary decision.
The Netherlands suspends Oxford jab
The Dutch authorities are now the latest nation to ban the Oxford Drug in Europe after concerns about side – effects of clots. This move was taken as a precaution till at least April 28. Ireland was the first country to ban taking the jab before Norway followed suit last week.
However, the World Health agency has said there isn’t any relationship between the drug and increasing rates of a blood clot. Also, the European medicine commission (EMA) said its review shows the occurrence is more of a chance, and the pros outweigh the cons. Nations like Bulgaria, Iceland, Thailand, and Denmark have already stopped the administration of the jab.
According to the statement released by the government, this decision was more of a precaution than reactive. ” We want to avoid any problems...