Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes muscular weakness or paralysis in the face. Generally, “Bell’s palsy can also occur after an infection, so a COVID infection would be a great example, really any viral infection seems to be a risk factor to trigger Bell’s palsy. Some people get it with no risk factors at all, where we don’t know why they went on to develop Bell’s palsy.”
AstraZeneca and blood clots: Those under 55 should not get the vaccine: NACI- Canada’s new vaccine guidelines
Last week, Health Canada announced it would be changing the labels on the AstraZeneca vaccines to include information about rare reports of blood clots.