China News Service, June 17th. According to the Greek "China Greek Times" report, Vana Papaevangelou, a member of the Health Expert Committee who advised the Greek government on epidemic prevention and control, said on the 15th that Greece has recorded about 25 to 27 cases of myocarditis after vaccination with mRNA new crown vaccine, but it is not clear whether the cause of these cases is related to vaccination.

  According to the report, Papavanjiru pointed out that the people with myocarditis symptoms after the mRNA vaccination in Greece are mainly elderly people, but in Israel, the symptoms of myocarditis after vaccination mainly involve young people between 18 and 24 years old.

  Papafanjiru also said in an interview that there are not many cases of myocarditis after Pfizer vaccination.

Regarding the widespread concern about the possibility of thrombosis after vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine, she believes that the vaccine is still an effective vaccine against the new coronavirus.

  In addition, she also called on people who had already received the first shot to continue to get the second shot as planned.

  According to reports, on the evening of June 16, local time, the National Public Health Organization of Greece announced that in the past 24 hours, Greece had newly confirmed 549 new cases of new crowns, with a total of 416,741 confirmed cases; 13 new deaths and a total of 12,478 deaths.

(Lin Jiahao, Zhang Wei, Cai Ling)