Germany suspends AstraZeneca vaccine amid clotting concerns

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The German government said Monday that it’s suspending the use of #AstraZeneca’s #coronavirus vaccine over new reports of dangerous blood clots in connection with the shot. The Health Ministry said the decision was taken as a “precaution” and on the advice of #Germany’s national vaccine regulator, the Paul Ehrlich Institute, which called for further investigation of the cases. FRANCE 24’s Emmanuelle Chaze reports from Berlin.

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