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5 Notable things about the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

By Guardian Exclusive
17 March 2021   |   3:02 pm
As the world continues to battle the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, health experts and several pharmaceutical companies have come up with vaccines to reduce the effects. Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has given a significant boost to the global fight and here are five key things to know about the controversial vaccine.

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