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WHO: Denmark considers sharing Astrazeneca vaccine with developing countries

According to the WHO, Denmark is looking into the possibility of sharing its doses of the Astrazeneca vaccine with developing countries after the vaccine has been discontinued in the Danish vaccine program.

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