Dr. Erica S. Pan, a California epidemiologist, issued a statement Sunday recommending a break in the distribution of a particular batch of Moderna vaccine after “less than 10 people need medical attention within 24 hours.”
She said Moderna Lot 041L20A was in question, but insisted it was calling for a pause “of extreme caution”, according to Fox 11.
The report says more than 330,000 batches from the batch have already been distributed nationwide to 287 suppliers. Fox 5 San Diego reported that the California Department of Public Health said less than 1
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The statement said Moderna, the CDC and the FDA were examining the batch and saying no vaccine or medical procedure was safe. Modern did not respond immediately to an email after hours from Fox News.
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The Moderna vaccine is very similar to that of Pfizer Inc. and Germany’s BioNTech, which is now distributed to millions of health workers and residents of nursing homes.
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NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins told the Associated Press in December that the two vaccines worked “better than we almost hoped.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report