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Europe, vaccination has been discontinued due to reports of blood clots after vaccination with AstraZeneca.

Disease Commissioner Jeong Eun-kyung revealed at the National Assembly an autopsy finding that blood clots were found in the deceased after vaccination in Korea.

This is Nam Joo-hyun.


Commissioner Eun-kyung Jung said that there was an autopsy finding in one case of death at the National Assembly Health and Welfare Committee on the morning of the 17th, asking if there were any cases of blood clots after vaccination in Korea.

[Eun-kyung Jung/Chief of the Korea Disease Management Administration: One of the deaths has been reported for autopsy findings, so we will review that part.]

This is not the final result because a detailed autopsy is in progress, but death was reported after vaccination and autopsy proceeded This means that there was a finding that there was a blood clot in the case that is being done.

A case of a blood clot found after death was known as a patient in a nursing hospital in his 60s who died after vaccination.

Commissioner Chung explained that the evidence for the association between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots is not clear, and that he will continue to review the results of the European investigation.

Prior to this, the Korean Agency for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the vaccine being vaccinated in Korea is a vaccine produced in Korea, unlike European countries, and that the relationship with thrombosis is not recognized, so that the vaccination will proceed as planned.

469 new corona19 confirmed cases were added a day yesterday and rose to 400 again in three days.

Excluding 17 foreign patients, 452 were domestic outbreaks, 323 from the metropolitan area and 129 from the non-metropolitan area.

The number of confirmed cases related to entertainment establishments in Geoje-si, Gyeongnam increased by 11, to a cumulative 46, and 11 people related to Jinju bathhouse were also positive, and the cumulative number was 189.