Astrazeneca fully understands Danish vaccine pause: "It's about maintaining trust in the vaccines"

Astrazeneca fully understands that Danish authorities have extended the suspension of the Swedish-British vaccine in spite of the facts that EMA and WHO still recommend using the vaccine, and that a host of other countries have kept it in their vaccine programs.

Astrazeneca Country Director (Managing Director) Denmark and Norway Christof Bischoff | Photo: Astrazeneca/PR/Ulrike Schacht

Even though the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health organization (WHO) have both recommended the continued use of pharmaceutical company Astrazeneca's vaccine against Covid-19, both Denmark and Norway extended their suspension of inoculations using this vaccine last week.

Astrazeneca's Country Director (Managing Director) Denmark and Norway Christof Bischoff highly sympathizes with Denmark's decision, even if neighboring country Sweden has concurrently opted to recommence the use of the vaccine, and even if the cautious Danish approach towards the vaccine does not exactly align with the recommendations coming from global health authorities.

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