It looks like the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19’s drug trial data contained some errors — particularly errors in administration of the vaccine itself and then documentation of the results. Not gonna lie, AstraZeneca’s clinical results for the new vaccine trials they have initiated should be given a searching review. Apparently, they have not always been fully forthcoming to the FDA on drug trials. I recommend Katherine Eban’s Bottle of Lies for those who would like to learn more.
The New York Times thinks online patient reviews of doctors spouting dangerous anti-vaccination swill is the first place to express your concern, not the state licensing authority. I have always seen the value in such sites, but what have we become that we no longer think state medical boards care about science?