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Exemptions and AstraZeneca data

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Dear Ministry of Health,

Where a subsequent dose of Comirnaty is contraindicated by medical experts due to the severity of an adverse reaction what medical data or evidence does the Exemption Panel have to prove that a different vaccine will be suitable for that patient.

With that in mind how many people, who have had serious adverse reactions after having been vaccinated with Comirnaty as the primary dose, then gone on to have the AstraZeneca as the secondary dose in New Zealand and have they all been adverse free.

How does all of this compare to other Western Countries as surely the Exemption Panel must be looking at more than local data to base their decisions on what is suitable

Yours faithfully,

John

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