Media in Spain and Russia: airlines address the problem of blood clots and recommend vaccinated people not to travel

Below is an English translation of the above German article:

No benefits, but restrictions: Those vaccinated against COVID-19 can be excluded from air travel!

People who are vaccinated against Coronavirus, can be excluded from flights.

A flight ban may be imposed on people vaccinated against COVID-19 coronavirus!

There are countless other news portals that cover this topic.

Spanish news site:Airlines tackle the problem of blood clots and recommend vaccinated people not to travel

The world's major airlines are discussing whether it is advisable to let vaccinated customers on the plane because of the risk of blood clots from the experimental mRNA serum. For many years, people with an increased risk of blood clots have been allowed to fly only under strict supervision.

Clots incompatible with flying

It is recommended that these people do not fly unless they are in a life-threatening situation, because from a certain height, vaccinated people are at risk of complications such as stroke, thrombosis or heart attack if they are sensitive to it.

There are several reports that warn that those who receive the injection (regardless of the brand) may have coagulation and bleeding problems as one of the main reactions. All these reactions are similar to the restrictions that have been applied to passenger air traffic for years.

A Russian news portal says: those who are vaccinated against the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 may no longer be allowed to board planes

Doctor Evgeny Kovalev told the Public News Service that it can be dangerous for those who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus to travel on an airplane.

In Europe, the possibility of restricting air travel for vaccinated people is already being discussed. The fact is that coronavirus vaccines affect the function associated with blood clotting. As a result, there is an increased risk of thrombosis. During a flight, the traveler is in the sitting position for a long time, and this aggravates the situation, Kovalev explained.

In Europe, the possibility of restricting air travel for vaccinated people is already being discussed. The fact is that coronavirus vaccines affect the function associated with blood clotting. As a result, there is an increased risk of thrombosis. During a flight, the traveler is in the sitting position for a long time, and this aggravates the situation, explained Kovalev.Er adds that medics even coined the term "travel thrombosis", which means nothing more than a long sitting in the chair. Such a posture contributes to the clamping of the veins. According to doctors, thrombosis protects a person from large blood loss. It is considered a normal process, but its failure can lead to irreversible consequences.

Therefore, Kovalev advises travelers to fly after vaccination only in loose clothing that does not hamper movements. In addition, citizens of the risk group should drink more water.


:airplane: A bit of karma - those getting vaccinated to travel just might not be able to do so.

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