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U.K. Watchdog Says Vaccine Reactions Normal Amid Norway Concern

  • Drugs agency has seen ‘nothing unusual’ after injections
  • Regulator plans to publish data on U.K. side effects soon

The U.K.’s health regulator said it hasn’t seen any worrisome reactions to Covid-19 vaccines so far after reports from Norway raised safety concerns.

“There’s nothing unusual in what we’re seeing,” June Raine, interim chief executive officer of the U.K. Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, said at a public board meeting Tuesday. “At the moment it’s really fulfilling what we expected.”