The French Health Commission no longer recommends a modern vaccine against the corona virus under the age of 30. And in Switzerland? Is there adjustment now?
- In France, the Health Commission advises people under the age of 30 against the modern vaccine.
- They have a relatively high number of cases of myocarditis.
- BAG decreases: This risk should be considered very low.
France advises as a precaution against it Corona virus From the moderna vaccine For those under 30. The risk of myocarditis is lower in adults than in the Biotech vaccine, but slightly higher.Pfizer. This is how the Health Commission justifies this decision.
In Switzerland, the three vaccines Moderna, Pfizer / Biotech and Johnson & Johnson are used for all ages.
Is Switzerland now planning to change the vaccine recommendation due to French regulation? “No,” he says Virginie Mussoorie, head of the Infectious Diseases Control Unit, Federal Office of Public Health FOPH.
The Swiss doctor But I was told that there may be a causal link between mRNA vaccines and myocarditis. “However, this risk should be considered very low, which does not justify advising individuals against a particular vaccine.” In addition, myocarditis usually goes away on its own.
199 heart attack cases in Switzerland
Even the pharmaceutical agency Swiss doctor He himself confirms this to Navu. “Due to the cases reported so far, myocarditis and pericarditis, i.e. inflammation of the heart muscle and sac are very rare.” Said media spokesman Alex Josty.
What vaccine have you been given?
Young people – especially young men – seem to be more prone to heart attack. In particular, 199 reported cases of suspected myocarditis or pericarditis were evaluated in Switzerland. Of these, 35 cases were related to Pfizer / Biotech and 157 to Moderna. In seven cases, the vaccine is documented Swiss doctor Not yet known.
“It should be noted that moderna is frequently used in Switzerland with vaccine doses of 65 percent.” Indicates that Swiss doctor-Media Spokesman Lucas Jackie.
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