A pharmacist whose brother died after having the AstraZeneca vaccine has told the BBC she still feels strongly that people should continue have their jabs.

Alison Astles’ brother Neil, 59, died of a blood clot on the brain on Sunday, after having the vaccination on 17 March.

She said he was “extraordinarily unlucky” and that “more lives will be saved by people having the vaccine than not.”



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