A more detailed look at the MHRA's findings show that of the 30 cases, 22 related to cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, which stops blood draining from the brain properly, and eight were connected with other thrombosis events with low platelets.
However, the health officials said they still believe the benefits of the vaccine in the prevention of Covid-19 far outweigh any possible risk of blood clots.
Elaborating, Noor Azmi, who is also the Bagan Serai Member of Parliament (MP), said the AstraZeneca vaccine, produced from a viral vector by placing weak virus with protein to stimulate the human body similar to other vaccines, is expected to arrive in Malaysia in May.
Germany restricted the use of the shot to people over 60 years of age, France has limited its use to those over 55.
The MHRA urged people to continue taking the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.
The authority indicated that "the risk of developing this specific type of blood clots is very small".
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Australia launched mass vaccinations for its 25 million people in February, with most expected to receive the University of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.
"It is a complaint "against X", because we have no element against a named person for manslaughter", said Boittin, adding that this "classification can evolve" as the case develops.
But the head of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said there is "no evidence" to support restricting the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in any population.
It is the first blood clot case in Australia, although earlier cases in the United Kingdom and Europe prompted a temporary pause in a number of countries until the European Union medicines regulator declared the AstraZeneca vaccine "safe and effective".
Earlier we spoke to Professor of Public Health Linda Bauld and started by asking her about the relative risks of getting a blood clot from the vaccine.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures after receiving the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine administered by nurse and Clinical Pod Lead, Lily Harrington at St.Thomas' Hospital in London, England.
"I acknowledge that people will be anxious and we will get more information as soon as it's available".