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A&E ‘swamped’ with patients seeking help for mild Covid jab side-effects

Emergency departments report surge in cases of headaches linked to AstraZeneca jab amid concerns of blood clots

People who have had the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine are seeking help at A&E despite having only mild side-effects such as headaches, in the wake of the controversy over whether the jab causes blood clots.

Emergency medicine doctors in England told the Health Service Journal that a growing but unspecified number of people who were anxious after having the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab were coming to A&E units, some apparently after being advised to do so by a GP.

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