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AstraZeneca: Family of UK man killed by clot say still take vaccine – Business Insider

Alison Astles, a pharmacist, spoke with The Daily Telegraph after her brother died from a blood clot that developed after he got the shot.

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The sister of a man who died from a blood clot after receiving AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine is encouraging people to continue taking it.
Alison Astles told The Daily Telegraph that her family still urged people to take the shot, arguing that its effectiveness against the coronavirus far outweighed the risks.
Neil Astles, 59, got a single dose of the vaccine on March 17, The Telegraph reported. He died Sunday, about three weeks later. The Telegraph published a photo with his story:
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