A California health official is calling for clinicians to stop using a batch of Moderna coronavirus vaccines after half a dozen people suffered allergic reactions. More than 330,000 doses of the shot were distributed to 287 providers across the state earlier this month. However, after six recipients needed medical attention at a mass immunization site in San Diego over the span of 24 hours, The batch of vaccines – lot 041L20A - is now under investigation and state epidemiologist Dr Erica S Pan, urged to that all sites swap out vaccines from that batch with replacement doses. California’s top epidemiologist Dr Erica S Pan issued a statement urging no clinicians use Moderna coronavirus vaccines from a specific lot that may be linked to allergic reactions. Pictured; Pan in her office in Oakland, California, June 2020 Six healthcare workers at the ‘Vaccination Super Station’ at Tailgate Park in San Diego (pictured) are said to have suffered ‘severe’ allergic reactions One worker said she couldn’t feel her tongue and had neck pain within 15 minutes of being given the jab. Pictured: San Diego’s ‘Vaccination Super Station’ at Tailgate Park ‘Our goal is to provide the COVID vaccine safely, swiftly and equitably,’ Pan wrote in a… Read full this story
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