Entertainment concert visit at Bruce Springsteen? Not with AstraZeneca vaccine
NSW woman's blood clot death linked to AstraZeneca vaccine
A woman in New South Wales has died of a rare blood clotting disease after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, the Therapeutic Goods Association has reported.A woman in New South Wales has died of a rare blood clotting condition after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has reported.
Rock Store Bruce Springsteen (71) returns its popular concerts at the Broadway in New York from the end of June. Strict rules apply to the visitors. All ticket holders from 16 years must be completely vaccinated against Covid-19 ,. Only three vaccines are therefore accepted: Vaccine of Pfizer / Biontech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.
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AstraZeneca vaccinated Pech: You will be denied access. According to the site, only vaccines approved by the US authority for life and medicines (FDA) are accepted. The vaccine of AstraZeneca does not belong to it. This is likely to become a problem, especially for fans who arrive from abroad and have no vaccination with one of the three accepting vaccines.Distance rules falling away
If you have done it into the hall, you have to keep no distances on the seats. Also from a mask duty is nothing to read on the side. The show "Springsteen on Broadway" runs from June 26 to September 4 at the St. James Theater in New York. For the first time, "The Boss" had played his Broadway concerts in 2017, which were sold out every time in no time. Springsteen occurs solo and tells about the songs anecdotes from his life. In many shows, his wife Patti Scialfa (67) was also guest.
GPs fear AstraZeneca vaccines could go to waste .
While many patients who had already received their first dose of the vaccine are returning for their second, demand for first doses has taken a blow.Doctors say leftover supplies of the AstraZeneca vaccine could expire in the over-stocked fridges of medical clinics due to falling demand, wasting scarce global resources.