AstraZeneca vaccine back in use after Europe suspensions


European countries, which suspended their use of the Oxford AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine will begin administering it again after a suspension prompted by fears of an increased risk of blood clots. The European Medicines Agency concluded on Thursday that the vaccine was safe and effective are Europe correspondents Nick Big reports. AstraZeneca doses may once again be coming out of fridges to go into arms. But leading Murali Gist sphere. The delay may have cost thousands of lives across Europe, Germany, France and Italy resumed their rollout today, while Portugal and the Netherlands follow next week so to Spain, although certain groups will be excluded, it's not clear if the latest endorsement from the continents regulator can reverse the growing skepticism about the British Swedish companies jab. Particularly in the more than a dozen countries, which paused its

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