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European capitals co-ordinated suspension of Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid jab


The EU drugs regulator reiterated its view that the benefits of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine outweighed the risks as it emerged that France, Germany, Italy and Spain had co-ordinated on the decision temporarily to suspend the jab. Agnès Pannier-Runacher, France’s industry minister, said the countries had acted in a joint effort to help protect public confidence. But speaking later on Tuesday, Emer Cooke, head of the European Medicines Agency, said there was no evidence of a link between the shot and the reported incidents of blood clots, as she confirmed that the EMA was continuing to investigate.

Financial Times - March 16, 2021

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