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Spain extends use of AstraZeneca vaccine to 18-65 year olds, La Vanguardia says

MADRID, March 22 (Reuters) - Spain’s public health commission has decided to extend the age range for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine to 18-65 year olds from a previous range of 18-55 years, La Vanguardia newspaper said on Monday, citing unnamed sources.

Spain will resume administering the shot on Wednesday after suspending its use last week over blood-clot concerns. Health Minister Carolina Darias is expected to confirm the details of the resumption later on Monday. (Reporting by Nathan Allen Editing by Ingrid Melander)

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