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The latest on the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine makes the front page of the Guardian, as the UK’s medicines regulator investigates a possible link with rare blood clots in adults. A trial of the vaccine in children has stopped giving out the jab – but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sought to reassure people about its safety, urging people to still take it when it is offered. Scientists have stressed that side-effects are extremely rare and the benefits of the vaccine were great, the paper adds.

Guardian Front Page 20th of April 2021

Carbon dioxide emissions are set to jump by the second largest amount in history this year as the economy tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, reports The Guardian.The paper also splashes on the European Super League.

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