Covid vaccine blood clots: ‘More likely to get clots from aspirin’ says business minister

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Blood clots are more likely to arise from other causes, according to Business Minister Paul Scully. Appearing on Good Morning Britain he said people are “more likely to get clots from aspirin than the Covid jab”. Scully’s reassuring note comes after a recent trial of the vaccine in around 300 children was paused while the UK medicines regulatory investigates the possibility of links to a rare blood clotting syndrome in adults.

But a University of Oxford spokesperson has stressed there are “no safety concerns” with the study, but further information is being awaited from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

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