The Mississippi State Department of Health announced today a rare clotting syndrome found in females in an afternoon press conference.
MSDH reports rare clotting syndrome found in six females
- the mississippi state departmen- of health - announced today - a rare clotting syndrome found- in six females, in an afternoon- press conference.
- state health officer, dr. thoma- dobbs says the cases- have been reported in females - ages 18-48.
- each female received the johnso- and johnson vaccine.- dr. dobbs calls them 'venus - clots' within the veins of the- brain and head.
- - "of this group of six, there wa- one death.- a treatment is different and we- will have separate- communications for- physicians, hospitals and - clinics so they can know how to- - - respond in the unlikely event,- although possible they might se- someone with this rare reaction- it does seem to have- similarities to problems seen - with astrazeneca vaccine, this- is the same sort of - - - - blood clots they saw with that.- as of april 12th, the - mississippi state department of- health says 1.4m vaccines have- been administered in- the state.- dr. dobbs said if anyone who- received the johnson and- johnson vaccine is experiencing- serious side effects within - three weeks, to contact your- physician.-