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Norway should stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine, says country's public health institute

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Norway should stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine, says country's public health institute

Norway should stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine, says country's public health institute

It comes a day after Denmark became the first country in Europe to abandon the jab over links with very rare blood clots.


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