Europe’s AstraZeneca vaccine suspension is bad science that will cost lives

Several European countries have suspended the AstraZeneca vaccine, due to fears that it might cause a specific type of blood clot. The New Statesman provides the necessary context. Read it. (Related: I just finished reading the author’s 2020 book «Science Fictions


From Weekly Filet #339, in March 2021.

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