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The Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine against the coronavirus has generated a lot of talk in recent weeks for its possible relationship with the very rare formation of blood clots.
The United Kingdom announced that it will seek alternatives to its vaccine for those younger than 30 years old and the European Medicines Agency said that these clots had to be included in the list of side effects of the vaccine.
But why do the authorities continue to recommend it? And why in some countries have age limits been set? In this video we answer these and other questions that arise about the risks of this vaccine.
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