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AstraZeneca chief under fire for staying in Australia during vaccine setback – Sydney Morning Herald

Pascal Soriot must do more to defend the pharma giant’s COVID-19 vaccine amid questions about its safety, and his decision to be in Australia with his family does…

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AstraZeneca chief executive Pascal Soriot has come under fire from investors for failing to defend its coronavirus vaccine amid questions about its safety.
Investors said that the Frenchman, who has been in Australia visiting his wife and children since Christmas, had not adequately communicated the benefits of AstraZenecas vaccine following fears it could be linked to rare brain clots.
Pascal Soriot has been supervising the global rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine from Sydney since December.Credit:Nine

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