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South Africa regulator recommends lifting Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause after some conditions

South Africa regulator recommends lifting Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause after some conditions

18/4/2021 9:27:00 AM

South Africa regulator recommends lifting Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause after some conditions

South Africa 's health regulator, on Saturday, recommended that the government lift the pause on administering drugmaker Johnson & Johnson 's ...

WorldFILE PHOTO: A healthcare worker receives the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination at Khayelitsha Hospital near Cape Town, South Africa, February 17, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings18 Apr 2021 01:57PMShare this contentBookmark

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South Africa's health regulator on Saturday (Apr 17) recommended that the government lift the pause on administering drugmaker Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccines, given that certain conditions are met."These conditions include, but are not limited to, strengthened screening and monitoring of participants who are at high risk of a blood clotting disorder," the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) said.

AdvertisementAdvertisement"In addition, measures are to be implemented to ensure the safe management of any participants who develop vaccine-induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia (VITT)," the statement added.SAHPRA said on Wednesday that it had recently reviewed data from Johnson & Johnson's local research study immunising healthcare workers and found no major safety concerns. headtopics.com

South Africa suspended the rollout of the J&J vaccine in the"implementation study" on Tuesday, after US health agencies recommended pausing its use because of rare cases of blood clots in six people inoculated with it, out of 7 million people who have received the shot in the United States.

A US panel will meet again next week to discuss whether the pause on the use of the vaccine should continue, after delaying a vote on the matter earlier this week. Read more: CNA »

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