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AstraZeneca warns of new shortfall in deliveries to EU as five nations seek summit on ‘unfair’ vaccine distribution

The already lagging behind vaccine deliveries are expected to be delayed further, the company admitted Saturday. The pharmaceutical giant blamed the disruption on production issues as well as on export restrictions. “Unfortunately, export restrictions will reduce deliveries in the first quarter, and are likely to affect deliveries in the second …

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The AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab is ‘extraordinarily favorable’, French vaccine tsar says, dismissing fatal side effect link

“You have to be vaccinated by AstraZeneca… The risk-benefit remains extremely favorable,” Alain Fischer, president of the Advisory Council on the vaccine strategy, told Radio Classique on Friday morning.  “In the United Kingdom, where this vaccine is used very widely, there are no reports of cases,” Fischer said, referencing the …

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EU drug regulator investigating 30 reports of blood-clotting linked to AstraZeneca jab as states halt rollout of Covid vaccine

The inquiry comes after Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Latvia all suspended their rollouts of the AstraZeneca vaccine over fears that they may induce blood clotting – known medically as “thromboembolic events.” “There is currently no indication that vaccination has caused these conditions, which are not listed as …

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Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia suspend AstraZeneca Covid vaccine after reports of potentially fatal blood clots

On Thursday, Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke tweeted that the country would be suspending the use of the Anglo-Swedish vaccine, which has already come under intense scrutiny across Europe and further afield.  “The health authorities have, due to precautionary measures, suspended vaccination with AstraZeneca following a signal of a possible …

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