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Second case of rare blood clots identified | The Transcontinental

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Australia’s medicine regulator has identified a second case of rare blood clots believed to be linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration released a safety alert announcing the possible link on Tuesday.

The blood clots affected a woman aged in her 40s who was vaccinated in Western Australia.

“The person remains in hospital receiving treatment and is in a stable condition,” the regulator said.

The rare but potentially deadly blood-clotting disorder recently resulted in the AstraZeneca vaccine being no longer recommended to any Australians aged under 50, derailing the national vaccine rollout.

It is the second Australian report of a case of rare blood clots after a 44-year-old Melbourne man developed the condition…



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