Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Trudeau have been vaccinated against AstraZeneca, which has been the target of controversy over allegations it causes blood clotting. Posting photos of herself getting vaccinated on her social media account, the prime minister called on everyone to get vaccinated.
The developments regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is expected to cure the coronavirus and whose approval the world welcomes with great joy, have been on the agenda for some time. First, problems with the supply of the vaccine were raised between the EU and the UK, and then the serious side effects seen in people who were vaccinated against AstraZeneca in many countries, especially In Europe, were controversial.
The AstraZeneca vaccine was removed from many countries’ vaccination programs after the European Medicines Agency acknowledged its side effects, or it was only given to those over a certain age.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, like German Chancellor Angela Merkel, joined world leaders in getting the AstraZeneca vaccine. Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Trudeau got the AstraZeneca vaccine and posted photos of themselves getting vaccinated, urging their citizens to get vaccinated.
‘It’s my turn and I’ve been vaccinated, so if you’re eligible to be vaccinated, make sure you get it,’ the prime minister posted on social media, along with a message from Health Minister Patty Hajdu, who got the same vaccine. Health Minister Patty Hajdu said in a statement that ‘The best vaccine is the vaccine on your arm. Today it was my turn to receive the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.”
The AstraZeneca vaccine, which continues to be used in Canada, only applies to citizens over the age of 40.