AstraZeneca vaccine linked to a rare neurological disorder in India and England

The study done by clinicians have been published in the medical journal 'Annals of Neurology'.

A rare neurological disorder called ‘Guillain-Barre syndrome’ has developed in 11 individuals who receive the Astra Zeneca vaccine. These cases have been reported by expert clinicians in both India and England. These cases have been reported in 2 different studies done by these medical experts.

These studies have been recently published in which weakness of facial nerves has been reported by the individuals who received the AstraZeneca vaccine. 7 out of these 11 cases were reported in Kerala, India. Around 1.2 million people have been vaccinated in Kerala with the AstraZeneca vaccine in the month of April. These neurological disorders occurred during the first 2 weeks of administering the 1st dose of the vaccination.

Throughout the world, there have been many similar cases where neurological disorders, paralysis of the face, and cases of blood clots have been reported after people taking the AstraZeneca vaccines. In India, clinical trials have been stopped for AstraZeneca vaccines due to severe side effects being reported.

This study further illustrates the several side effects of vaccines which have been contested by many government officials and medical officials. People who report similar side effects on Social media were immediately labeled as ‘conspiracy theorists.

It is quite possible that a large number of people who got the vaccines cannot report these side effects because these people are mostly living below the poverty line and belong to a lower class of society. Such people are often neglected and are not given enough attention when it comes to listening to their issues.

The vaccine makers claim that these side effects only happen in a very less percentage of people and are not to be worried about. However, in India, there is not enough data to keep track of such side effects and there is no credible system to monitor such cases. The following article from ‘’ details the study that has been published today.

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