Slovenia Suspends Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After Death

30 September 2021

Slovenia is the latest country that has banned/suspended the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Covid-19 vaccine after a 20-year-old woman has died of a brain haemorrhage and blood clots just days after getting the jab.

"The health ministry has called on the Public Health Institute to temporarily suspend vaccinations with the Janssen vaccine until all details related to this case are cleared up," Health Minister Janez Poklukar told a news conference in Ljubljana.

The government has been advised to suspend the clot vaxx as "there could be an undesired link between the death and the vaccination," said Bojana Beovic, who heads the expert group.

On Monday, the woman had to seek hospital care, only days after receiving a Johnson & Johnson jab, and was admitted to the hospital.


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