October 18, 2021

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Venezuela does not allow the estrogen vaccine

Venezuela does not allow the estrogen vaccine

On Monday, March 15, Venezuela announced that it would not authorize the Austrogeneca vaccine. In February, the country launched a vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 Russian Sputnik V and Chinese Sinoform Vaccines. Although the estrogen vaccine has been discontinued in most countries, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez has announced “Venezuela does not authorize the use of the estrogen vaccine In the process of immunizing our population due to problems ”.

Through the Kovacs system developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the benefit of poor countries, Venezuela reserves between 1.4 and 2.4 million doses of estrogen. But according to Delcy Rodriguez “considering the technical reports, President Nicolas Maduro (…) decided not to approve and not to approve This vaccine In the territory of Venezuela “.

The WHO forms its group of experts

The World Health Organization (WHO) has so far not received any of these vaccines due to a Venezuelan debt problem. Monday, March 15, seven European states, Including France, Discontinued vaccination with estrogenica, expanded the list of countries that took this measure for fear of side effects. The WHO will meet with its team of experts on Tuesday, March 16 to study the safety of this vaccine.

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