Why is AstraZeneca banned? What’s the risk for under 30s, women and more? Expert insight
The Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine will no longer be available to those aged 18 to 29. Instead, an alternative will be offered due to a possible link between the Covid vaccine and “extremely rare and unlikely to occur” blood clots. Express.co.uk speaks to a virologist and professor of molecular medicine about why the vaccine is a risk and what peril it poses to women and those aged under 30.