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More than 1,700 reports on adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccine have been received in Lithuania since the start of vaccination over three months ago, Gytis Andrulionis, head of the country's State Medicines Control Agency, said on Thursday.
1,700 reports on adverse COVID-19 vaccine reactions received over 3 months
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"Since the start of vaccination in late March, we have received 1,742 reports on suspected adverse reactions to vaccines," he told a press conference on Thursday.

In his words, in March alone, 541 reports were received, including 150 of them related to the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine, 63 linked to the Moderna vaccine and 326 linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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