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Italian Prosecutors Open Manslaughter Probe as Man Dies After Receiving AstraZeneca Vaccine

A number of EU countries have already temporarily suspended inoculations with the AstraZeneca vaccine, which has been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for use in the bloc.

Prosecutors in Italy have launched a manslaughter probe into the death of a 57-year-old music teacher, Sandro Tognatti, who died on Sunday a day after obtaining AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine, the Daily Mail reported on Monday.

A preliminary investigation was launched in northern Italy's Biella judiciary, and the teacher's cause of death remains unknown. They emphasized that there is no connection to AstraZeneca's vaccine at this time, and that an investigation is being conducted to see whether someone has a case to answer.

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