The UK is set to offer an alternative to AstraZeneca for children under the age of 40

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(Bloomberg) – The UK plans to offer the AstraZeneca vaccine as an alternative to the Covit-19 vaccine for people under the age of 40 due to the risk of thrombosis cases, which has so far affected a small proportion of those who have been vaccinated. The person who knows the matter well.

The person said the decision could be announced from this Friday after the recommendation of the Joint Vaccine and Immunization Commission.

Authorities are preparing to launch an immunization program for children under the age of 40. Individuals over the age of 40 were instructed to seek an appointment for the vaccine this week.

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