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Sektor ng mga negosyo, nanatiling may kumpiyansa sa Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine - Concepcion

Updated: Mar 18

ni Fely Ng - @Bulgarific | March 15, 2021





Hello, Bulgarians! Kasunod sa iba't ibang ulat na nag-uugnay sa AstraZeneca sa mga kaso ng mga pangyayaring thromboembolic, sinabi ni Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship at Go Negosyo Founder, Joey Concepcion, na ang kasalukuyang mga ulat ay nagpapahiwatig na walang ugnayan sa pagitan ng pag-shot ng AstraZeneca at mga kaso ng blood clots.


“WHO officials are currently investigating the matter to gain a full understanding of the events while the European Medicines Agency (EMA) stressed that there is no indication that the AstraZeneca shot is causing blood clots,” Pahayag ni Concepcion.


“The adverse events which are reported after vaccination have to be seen in the context of events which occur naturally in the population. Just because it's reported following a vaccination doesn't mean that it's because of the vaccination. It could be completely unrelated,” Ayon kay Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, WHO’s chief scientist.


“With Britain's Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, they have stated that the reports of blood clots received so far are not greater than the number that would have occurred naturally in the vaccinated population—leading to a consensus that the benefits continue to outweigh the risks, which EMA, the Department of Health, and Philippine Food and Drug Administration shares,” Sinabi ni Concepcion.


Sa kasalukuyan, walang nakitang dahilan ang DOH at FDA upang ihinto ang paglulunsad ng bakunang AstraZeneca. Ang iba`t ibang ahensiya ng gobyerno ay patuloy na nagsasaayos at sumusubaybay sa bagay na ito at ang rekomendasyon ng WHO pagkatapos ng kanilang pagsisiyasat ang magbibigay-liwanag sa bagay na ito.


“WHO is very much aligned with the position that we should continue immunization until we have clarified the causal relationship,” sinabi ni Dr. Mariangela Simao, WHO assistant director-general for access to medicines and health.


Inaasahang patuloy na matatanggap ng bansa ang natitirang doses ng bakunang AstraZeneca mula sa COVAX facility kasunod sa una at pangalawang batch na natanggap ilang linggo lamang ang nakalilipas. Madadagdagan pa ito sa pagdating ng donasyon mula sa pribadong sektor sa pamamagitan ng 'A Dose of Hope' ni Concepcion at Go Negosyo - isang programa na nagsimula sa kasunduan ng tripartite na kumonekta sa pribadong sektor, sektor ng publiko, at mga tagagawa ng bakuna. Ang hakbanging ito ay inaasahang magbibigay sa bansa ng kabuuang 17 milyong doses ng bakunang AstraZeneca.


“Adding to the doses that are coming from the COVAX facility, we are expecting the first batch of doses that we procured through the ‘A Dose of Hope’ around May to June, this would be around 2.6 million doses. For the second batch, the remaining 14.5 million doses, it is expected to arrive in the third quarter. This second batch includes the orders from our 240 donor companies and 39 LGUs. Half of all the doses procured by the private sector will be donated to the government for its frontline workers while the other half is for the private sector’s economic frontliners,” paliwanag ni Concepcion.

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