EMA lists spinal condition as side effect of Astra Zeneca COVID shot

This January 15, 2022 article for Reuters, reports new guidance issued by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) regarding the Astra Zeneca (AZ) COVID shot.

According to the report, EMA has finally issued formal guidance which recommended the adding of transverse myelitis, a spinal inflammation, as a side effect of the AZ COVID shot. A similar warning has been issued by the EMA for the Johnson and Johnson (J&J) Covid shot in October 2021 [see EU Lists Transverse Myelitis as Side Effect of J&J COVID-19 Shot].

Early last year, EMA also added blood clots as a side effect of the AZ Covid Shot [see EMA confirms: AstraZeneca vaccine linked to rare blood clots].

Editor’s Note: This is just one more reason why governments cannot mandate COVID shots. If they cannot ensure that you or anyone in your family is safe from these side effects, and if they are not willing to take responsibility for any possible adverse effects, then they have no business telling you what to do with your body.

Also, are governments monitoring these incidents of confirmed side effects? Or are they still holding on to the myth that these “vaccines” are free from side effects? [Other countries have already acknowledged side effects, see Japanese Health Ministry warns of COVID vaccine’s side effects, Germany Suspends Moderna for Under 30s, France Halts Use of Moderna for People Under 30 Years, Finland suspends Moderna for young people due to increased risk of heart inflammation following vaccination, Iceland stops Moderna use for all ages, FDA adds heart inflammation warning to Pfizer, Moderna experimental vaccines, FDA adds warning to Johnson and Johnson vaccine for increased risk of rare neurological complication].

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