Beyond the Headlines: Is the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine safe?

After initially being heralded, the vaccine's image has been marred by recent controversies

The AstraZeneca vaccine was heralded as "the vaccine for the world" when it was first approved for use in the UK on December 30.

It is inexpensive and can be stored in normal fridges, unlike other vaccines. But its image has been marred by recent controversies.

This week on Beyond the Headlines, host Suhail Akram delves into the benefits and the risks of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.


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