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EU agency says AstraZeneca clot risk ‘very rare’ as nations battle virus surges

More than 692 million doses of coronavirus vaccines have now been administered globally

AstraZeneca vaccine benefits ‘outweigh the risks,’ EMA says

The EMA continues to say the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh the risks.

EU regulator ‘firmly convinced’ AstraZeneca jab benefits outweigh risks

AstraZeneca's shot, among the cheapest available, was billed as the vaccine of choice for poorer nations and the clot reports have had an impact beyond Europe.

Denmark, Norway, Iceland suspend use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Denmark, Norway and Iceland on Thursday temporarily suspended the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine, as the manufacturer insisted the vaccine was safe.

WHO gives global green light for AstraZeneca Covid shot

The number of reported Covid-19 cases globally has dropped for a fifth consecutive week.

England to enforce stricter testing, quarantine requirements

England will mandate that travelers quarantine and receive multiple coronavirus tests as part of its new entry requirements. 

WHO examines AstraZeneca vaccine amid questions about efficacy

The AstraZeneca vaccine is still a vital tool in the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

AstraZeneca vaccine effective against UK variant

The AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine is effective against the UK virus variant now dominant across the country.

England requires negative test for travelers: What it means for Costa Rica

England now requires a negative coronavirus test from most returning travelers. 

UK bans South American, Panama arrivals over Brazil virus strain

Britain has been one of the worst hit countries in Europe by the pandemic, recording nearly 85,000 deaths and more than 3.2 million cases to date.

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