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EU Drug Regulators Say AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks

The EMA said that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine still outweigh any potential risk of blood clot formation.

AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits “Far Outweigh Rare Risk”

Greek health authorities announced on Monday that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19 far outweigh the risks associated with thrombosis.

Can You Still Spread Coronavirus After Vaccination?

Grateful recipients would like to at least be able to know if they can still spread the virus to others after they receive their inoculation.

Member of Greek Drug Authority Resigns Over AstraZeneca Reporting Irregularities

A member of Greece's drug regulatory authority resigned after the death of a 65-year-old man after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Coronavirus Patients Waiting for ICUs in Greece; Most Intubated are Young

Greek health officials stated most intubated coronavirus patients are aged from 35-50 -- and dozens of people are now waiting outside ICUs.

German Cities Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine After Clotting Incidents

Two of the largest cities in Germany suspended use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in those under 60 after increased reports of blood clotting.

AstraZeneca Vaccine Deemed Safe by European Regulators

The European Medicines Agency ruled the AstraZeneca vaccine is safe for use, despite growing concern that it caused thrombosis and deaths.

Is Greece Making a Mistake in Using AstraZeneca Vaccine?

The EU's ambition of inoculating 70 percent of the population by September is in danger after the reported cases of thrombosis and death.

Coronavirus: Greece to Continue Distribution of AstraZeneca Shot

Greece's National Vaccination Committee has recommended that AstraZeneca's coronavirus shot be distributed in Greece according to schedule.

Greece Says AstraZeneca Vaccination Program will Continue

Greek officials stated that inoculations using AstraZeneca vaccine will continue despite concerns about its alleged link to thrombosis.