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RT published this video item, entitled “EU drug watchdog stands by AstraZeneca vaccine, says blood clots are rare side effects” – below is their description.
While noting that blood clots should be listed as rare side effects, Europe’s medicine regulator has stood by Britain’s AstraZeneca vaccine. Meanwhile, there have been more than 200 reports of blood clots in those getting the shot among more than 30 million people who’ve been inoculated across Europe.
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