COVID: Italy OKs AstraZeneca vaccine up to 65 years of age

Weird Italy 24afd3ede72c2d9eb4c80116b1846e5f COVID: Italy OKs AstraZeneca vaccine up to 65 years of age What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 23 – The Italian health ministry on
Tuesday published a circular letter in which it said the
AstraZeneca COVID-9 vaccine can be given to people aged up to
65.
    The use of this vaccine had been restricted to adults aged 55
and under.
    But the ministry has raised the age limit after Italian
medicines agency AIFA and the CTS panel of experts advising the
government on the pandemic gave the OK. (ANSA).
   

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