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U.S. not planning to share AstraZeneca vaccine stockpile with other countries

WASHINGTON — The U.S. has no plans to share its stockpile of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine with other countries despite requests from the European Union and others who say they could use the doses immediately while the U.S. waits on further data to clear the vaccine, administration officials say. The U.S....
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Bulgaria suspends AstraZeneca vaccine

Bulgaria on Friday suspended the use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine as it investigated the death of a woman with several underlying conditions who received the jab this week. The temporary suspension follows other countries in Europe, including Denmark, Iceland and Norway, which paused AstraZeneca vaccinations over safety concerns. "I order...
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WHO says AstraZeneca vaccinations should continue as some nations halt rollout amid concerns

As a growing list of countries halt administration of the Oxford University-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine amid as-yet-unsubstantiated concerns about fatal blood clots, the World Health Organization has offered assurances that the vaccine’s safety is being investigated and that there is no cause for alarm. “More than 335 million doses of covid-19...
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Safety Concerns Spark Suspension Of AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccinations In Denmark

Denmark has temporarily suspended giving people the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in order to investigate whether some potentially serious medical conditions are related to the vaccine. MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:. Another setback for the COVID-19 vaccine made by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford - Denmark announced today it is temporarily...
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BBC

Coronavirus: AstraZeneca jab recommended for Ireland's over-70s

The Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine has been recommended for people aged over 70 in the Republic of Ireland. In fresh advice, the country's National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) said there should not be a delay in its use, RTÉ reported. The Pfizer and Moderna jabs had previously been approved for over-70s.
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Covid-19 roundup: As­traZeneca cuts Q1 vac­cine sup­ply to EU by a third — re­port; Sanofi, Trans­late ush­er an­oth­er mR­NA shot in­to clin­ic

Ten­sions be­tween As­traZeneca and the EU are far from set­tling, as the phar­ma re­port­ed­ly plans to cut sup­ply of its Ox­ford-part­nered vac­cine to the bloc by about a third in the first quar­ter. Ac­cord­ing to doc­u­ments re­viewed by Reuters, As­traZeneca now plans to de­liv­er about 30 mil­lion dos­es to the...
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EU reportedly seeks access to U.S. produced AstraZeneca vaccines

The European Union will urge the United States to permit the export of millions of doses of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine as it scrambles to bridge supply shortfalls, the Financial Times reported. The 27-nation EU also wants Washington to ensure the free flow of shipments of crucial vaccine ingredients needed in...
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