The figures are equivalent to one in every 250,000 of those vaccinated suffering from a clot – and one in a million dying.
To put that one-in-a-million chance into proper perspective, here is how the risk of a deadly blood clot compares with some other things that don’t happen very often…
People being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca jab have a one in a million chance of being killed
The likelihood of an amateur player scoring a hole-in-one during a round of golf is more than 83 times greater (one in 12,000)
- You are seven times more likely to pick five winning numbers in the National Lottery – the odds of that happening are one in 144,415;
- Women are almost 15,000 times more likely to give birth to twins (one in 67) or agen judi poker online terpercaya 223 times more likely to have triplets (one in 4,478);
- Your chances of having a Leap Year birthday on February 29 are 685 times greater (one in 1,461);
- The likelihood of an amateur player scoring a hole-in-one during a round of golf is more than 83 times greater (one in 12,000);
- Guessing a four-digit PIN code on the first attempt is 100 times more likely to happen (roughly one in 10,000);
- The average person is almost 15 times more likely to die after being stung by a bee (one in 67,190);
- agen judi poker online terpercaya players have a 32 times better chance of scoring a royal flush (one in 30,940);
- The odds of dying in a car crash are 2,899 higher (one in 345);
- Someone playing ten-pin bowling is 87 times more likely to score a strike with every ball during a game (one in 11,500);
- The chances of being struck by lightning are roughly the same (one in 1,113,333);
- You are 100 times more likely to find a four-leaf clover (one in 10,000).