"Experts that examined three hospitalized medical workers believe that the AstraZeneca vaccine caused a powerful immune response", reads the message.
A group of scientists examined three doctors aged under 50; they were taken to the hospital of the University of Oslo due to the blood clots that emerged after injections with this vaccine.
The scientists claim that the blood clots were caused by the strong immune response, "which, quite likely, appeared after the inoculation", the outlet wrote.
As is known, a number of EU member countries suspended the use of AstraZeneca vaccine due to the rare occasions of blood clots appearing in patients after vaccination. The list includes Italy, Germany, France, Denmark, Austria, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria. Norway, non-EU member country also decided to postpone the use of this drug.
The WHO recommends to carry on with the vaccination campaign with the use of AstraZeneca, claiming that it was rather helpful than harmful.