The European Medicines Agency (EMA) safety committee (PRAC) warns of further complications from the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Covid “vaccines.” The EMA is an agency of the European Union in charge of the evaluation and supervision of medicinal products.
On March 11, 2022, in a meeting of the pharmacovigilance, new recommendations were made of which possible side effects should be added to the vaccine’s product information. It has now been recognized that Spikevax, Moderna’s mRNA vaccine, can cause an outbreak of what is known as capillary leak syndrome (CLS). The disease is described as follows:
CLS is an extremely rare, serious condition that causes fluid to leak from small blood vessels (capillaries), causing rapid swelling of the arms and legs, sudden weight gain, feeling faint, thickening of the blood, low levels of albumin in the blood (an important blood protein) and low blood pressure. CLS is commonly associated with viral infections, some blood cancers, inflammatory diseases, and some treatments.
CLS is already a known side effect of the AstraZeneca vector vaccine. The EMA examined 11 reported cases of CLS after the Spikevax vaccination and 44 cases that occurred after the Comirnaty (Pfizer for BioNTech) shot. With Comirnaty more frequently used, its incidence rate occurred at a lower ratio. As a result, regulators concluded that only Spikevax required a warning of the disease. In addition, the regulators also claim there to be insufficient evidence to attribute these new CLS cases to the vaccines. Instead, they assert the Covid shot would likely only cause a resurgence of the disease.
The number of unreported cases of capillary leak syndrome after vaccination is entirely unclear. In addition to the well-known under-reporting of vaccination side effects, there is also the fact that diseases as rare as CLS are often not correctly diagnosed (and therefore cannot be appropriately reported).
The EMA has also recommended that small vessel vasculitis with cutaneous manifestations (inflammation of blood vessels in the skin which may result in a rash, pointed or flat, red spots under the skin’s surface and bruising) should be added to the product information of Johnson & Johnson Janssen Covid “vaccine.” Twenty-one reported cases were investigated.
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