Denmark suspends Astrazeneca vaccinations

Danish authorities have halted inoculations with Astrazeneca's vaccine against Covid-19 while the EMA investigates its potential side effects.

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As of today, inoculations using Astrazeneca's vaccines are put on pause in Denmark as a consequence of an investigation at the European Medicines Agency (EMA) evaluating the potential side effects of the vaccine.

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