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The EU’s pharmacovigilance committee has recommended safety updates for two COVID-19 vaccines, and is keeping its eye on a range of possible side-effects with all four authorized products.
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The European drugs regulator has given an overview of progress with the assessment of new vaccine candidates, additional and booster vaccines, and the use of vaccines in younger age groups.
As the debate continues over whether booster vaccines will be required to sustain waning immune responses in the general population, the EU regulator says it should have the results of its assessment of an application for a booster dose of Cominarty in the next few weeks.
All four coronavirus vaccines authorized for marketing in the EU/European Economic Area have had their safety information updated because of various adverse events including myocarditis, pericarditis and capillary leak syndrome.