AstraZeneca Vaccine Suspended By Germany, France, Italy
Germany, France and Italy are among the latest countries to temporarily suspend use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine over concerns about possible complications. And new studies show the U.K. variant of the virus is more deadly.
Jennifer Nuzzo, epidemiologist and global health specialist at Johns Hopkins University, joins us.
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