Oxford-AstraZeneca has been temporarily discontinued in 11
Experts at the World Health Organization are reviewing the vaccine
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Oxford-AstraZeneca has been temporarily discontinued in 11 European countries after a small number of blood clots were reported among people who recently received the vaccine.
Some countries have decided to suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine until the safety of the tests is confirmed and there is no relationship between the vaccine and the clots.
Sweden and Latvia joined Germany, Italy and a number of other European countries that have suspended the use of the vaccine as a precaution.
France, Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Bulgaria, Iceland and Austria have also temporarily suspended vaccination, while
The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Indonesia postponed vaccination.
And in a detailed report on AstraZeneca
BBC News offered a detailed explanation of the vaccine
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