CMO Paul Kelly says blood clots linked to AstraZeneca vaccine an ‘extremely rare event’ | ABC News

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    Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly says the AstraZeneca vaccine is “extremely effective and very safe” after the EU regulator makes a possible link between the jab and blood clots.

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