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The NSW government is trying to temper concerns about confidence in the the AstraZeneca vaccine, saying the benefits still outweigh the risks. “At the moment the advice still remains get the vaccine when it’s available,” Health Minister Brad Hazzard said on Thursday. There are concerns about the AstraZeneca vaccine after a man in Melbourne developed blood clots last week after getting the jab. Read more: International student exposed himself to women on Woonona Beach: court Health officials in Europe say there is a causal link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare blood clotting syndrome. Mr Hazzard went on Nine’s Today program saying “everything has to be kept in perspective”. “There are some issues … but I…



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