European Medicines Agency says blood clots should be listed as a "very rare" side effect of AstraZeneca vaccine and recommends that vaccinations continue.
Thailand announces plans to go ahead with AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine despite other countries suspending its use over safety fears.
Six other European countries suspended use of specific AstraZeneca batches despite UK and EU drug regulators insisting reports of blood clotting in patients are unrelated to the vaccine and are within normal rates.
The demand came after EMA management board head Christa Wirthumer-Hoche said that she would advise EU against granting Sputnik V emergency authorisation.
German expert panel's recommendation comes as an irate EU threatens to launch legal action against the drugmaker over its announced supply cuts in Europe.
In a special report, Reuters unpacks and delivers the most detailed account to date of what went wrong with the dosing in the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine trial.
Vaccination will be free for every citizen receiving it, Belgian Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke stated during an inter-ministerial health conference.
The European Medicines Agency will relocate to the Dutch city, while the French capital will be the new home of the European Banking Authority. Both agencies are currently located in London.
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