Here is why the Danish Health Authority stopped using the Astrazaneca vaccine

The Danish Health Authority deems that the continued use of the 200,000 Astrazeneca vaccines which Denmark has in stock will prevent one hospitalization but lead to five blood clots.

Danish Health Authority Director General Søren Brostrøm | Photo: Philip Davali

On Wednesday, Danish authorities opted to ditch the coronavirus vaccine from Astrazeneca.

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