AstraZeneca Vaccine Cleared by EU After Blood-Clot Concerns

The European Union’s health agency said AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine was “safe and effective” and didn’t increase the risk of blood clots, a decision that could clear the way for the resumption of inoculation campaigns.

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