The German health commission has finally approved the Oxford vaccine for aged 65 and above. This comes months after they stopped elderly people from getting administered the vaccine.
German authorities approve AstraZeneca for everyone
The German health commission has given the approval for the administration of the Oxford doses in citizens above 65 years. Last year, Germany only allowed the jab for citizens below 65 years saying there weren't any content reasons to show it offers good protection for aged citizens.
This has made many citizens question the effectiveness of the general population. Some Germans have even said they aren't taking the jab saying, it isn't as potent as speculated. However, the German government headed by Angela Merkel says there is new research that has supported the decision to approve the jab worldwide.
Health Minister Jens Spahn announced on Thursday evening that all adults can now get the vaccine.
'' It is with joy that we announce that using the Oxfor...