Covid-19: Several European countries suspend AstraZeneca vaccinations over blood clot fears

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    Seven European countries – Denmark, Norway, Austria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Luxembourg – have suspended all or part of their AstraZeneca vaccine roll-out as a precaution while they investigate concerns relating to blood clots.

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