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AstraZeneca chaos, rumors in Lombardy about the minister’s phone call – Libero Quotidiano

A phone call from the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza and Welfare Counselor in the Lombardy Region Letizia Moratti Situation opened for second doses of Pfizer and Moderna to be given to those under 60 years of age who took the first dose with AstraZeneca. After announcing the “prophylactic suspension of heterogeneous boosters (and thus with a different vaccine) for all citizens under 60 years of age who have received the first dose of AstraZeneca,” Speranza Moratti called.

The district has actually requested an ‘official note from Ministry of Health and Aifa, competent to issue a scientific opinion”, to protect oneself even after the recent tragic news, in fact – the official memo is the circular signed by the Director of Prevention. Giovanni Reda Attach the report of the Scientific Technical Committee where new indications are presented on the management of second doses with Pfizer and Moderna and the address on Johnson & Johnson. So Il Pirellone decided to back off by issuing an official press release.

Thus Lombardi emphasized that “for the administration of the second dose of vaccine to citizens under 60 years of age who have been vaccinated with AstraZeneca with the first dose, the heterogeneous vaccination, ie the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Depending on the available vaccine doses.” In fact, a study revealed that the mixture with a first dose of AstraZeneca and the latter with Pfizer result in an increase in mild adverse reactions such as fever, Fatigue, headache and aches. These side effects were reported in 34% of the sample, compared to 1.7% in the Spanish study.

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