Denmark Stops Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
On Monday, May 3rd 2021, Denmark suspended all use of the vaccine that is being made and distributed by Johnson & Johnson. The country had already suspended use of the vaccine made by AstraZeneca, so this now makes the 2nd different vaccine that Denmark has stopped using. The reason? The same reason Norway did the same thing to the same two vaccines (Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca), a ‘possible blood clot link‘. A Denmark representative released a statement that included “The Danish Health Authority has concluded that the benefits of using the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson do not outweigh the risk of causing the possible adverse effect, VITT, in those who receive the vaccine“. When they refer to VITT, they are talking about ‘the severe cases of blood clots, a small number of which have led to deaths among those who got a shot‘.
Danish officials studied patient and caretaker statements, and data collected internationally. The ‘blood clot’ link seems to be appearing globally, including the United States where there was a slight pause in the administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to the high number of blood clot side effects. Then came Dr. Flip-Flop Fauci to assure us that it would only be a slight pause. It lasted maybe a week or two at most and now the J&J ‘jab’ is back in play. What did Johnson & Johnson do to make their vaccine ‘safer’ and now acceptable to Dr Fauci? A warning on the box. Seriously, there is now a warning on the box and the insert that it ‘may cause blood clots’. That was all they needed to do to get their product back in use.
Denmark is not taking any chances. Denmark’s deputy director general, Helene Probst, said in a statement “In the midst of an epidemic, this has been a difficult decision to make, especially since we have also had to discontinue using the COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca. However, taking the present situation in Denmark into account, what we are currently losing in our effort to prevent severe illness from COVID-19 cannot outweigh the risk of causing possible side effects in the form of severe blood clots in those we vaccinate. One should also bear in mind that, going forward, we will first and foremost be vaccinating younger and healthy people.” Yes it hurts the vaccination plan that Denmark is trying to keep up with, but they obviously want more testing done. Again, this is not new news, although the media is surely not parading the information around. Back on April 20th, the EMA (European Medicines Agency) released their own statement that said there was a possible link between the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the blood clots a small percentage of patients experienced. (all source links found below) Although the same agency also stated that the ‘benefits outweigh the risk’ and still recommend getting vaccinated. … Thoughts?? Please feel free to drop your comments below.