Reuters reported that in June, Bhutan's Prime Minister Lotay Tshering said that he has "no problem" allowing residents to receive different vaccines.
The drugmaker is seeking a Biologics License Application from the FDA; this would allow its COVID-19 vaccine to be introduced in general use.
A surge in new cases and deaths due to the more contagious Delta variant has caused a strain on hospital facilities and threatens economic setbacks.
German health officials believe that mixing vaccines will help boost vaccine effectiveness in the face of new variants, such as the Delta variant.
"She can now perhaps take away the fears of people...who were or are worried about this so-called cross-vaccination," a spokesman for the German chancellor said.
The Delta variant, first detected in India, is likely to become the dominant strain in the U.S. In the U.K., it accounts for 91 percent of new coronavirus cases.
The European Medicines Agency wants a warning about capillary leak syndrome.
"Lisa developed severe headaches a week after receiving her AstraZeneca vaccine and fell seriously ill a few days later," Shaw's family said.
The EU's suit against AstraZeneca claims vaccines were disproportionately given to the U.K.
The fashion model was reported to have suffered a brain hemorrhage and was in a coma before she died on Saturday afternoon, according to local media.
"We are destroying publicly in order to stay accountable to Malawians. The vaccines that expired are not being used during the vaccination campaign," Malawi's health minister said.
Doctors removed 6.5 feet of Shaun Mulldoon's small intestine after he suffered a rare blood clot linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
An additional 50 million doses are currently in production and could ship by the summer.
While AstraZeneca was contracted to deliver 300 million doses across the EU, 30 million were delivered in the first quarter of 2021, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Dutch doctors have called on health officials to take action as vaccines are "waiting in the refrigerator."
Six cases of rare blood clots have been reported in individuals who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the U.S., though a causal link has yet to be confirmed.
A birth control group has stressed that the contraceptive pill is safe and there should not be a repeat of the 1995 pill scare that led to unplanned pregnancies in the UK.
Vaccine hesitancy has risen across Europe, after the European Union's medicines regulator said there was a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare blood clotting disorder.
A list of things that increase the risk of blood clots to help put the AstraZeneca headlines into perspective.
Despite the risk, the European regulator said the benefits of the vaccine still outweigh the risks.
Top official said: "It is becoming more and more difficult to affirm that there isn't a cause-and-effect relationship" between the shot and rare clotting.
"According to the current scientific knowledge, there is no evidence that would support restricting the use of this vaccine in any population," EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke told reporters, according to the Associated Press.
Pediatric clinical trials need to be completed before the vaccines become available to young people.
The British-Swedish pharmaceutical company will apply for emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
It said Saturday one person died and another fell seriously ill with blood clots and cerebral hemorrhaging after receiving the vaccine.
TikToker Alyss Elizabeth sparked a conversation among women with her post about European countries pausing the AstraZeneca vaccine roll out because of a six in one million chance of blood clot, while there is a "six in 10,000 chance of developing blood clots" for women on the pill.
The U.K. and French prime ministers are scheduled to receive their first doses of the COVID-19 immunization on Friday.
"Its benefits in protecting people from COVID-19 with the associated risks of deaths and hospitalizations outweigh the possible risks," EMA executive director Emer Cooke said.
Germany announced a temporary suspension of the shot after a vaccine watchdog found seven cases of a rare brain blood clot among 1.6 million people who were given the injection in the country. Three of the cases had been fatal.
As of Tuesday, 17 European countries have suspended the use of the vaccine over unconfirmed reports that the inoculation could lead to dangerous blood clots.