Astrazeneca batch number check: How to check where your AZ jab was made


    Millions of people were administered this batch and could be turned away at EU border crossings when the batch number of their vaccines is checked.

    This news comes as millions of Brits prepare to go abroad this summer, particularly after July 19 when the Covid restrictions might finally be removed.

    However, if you’ve had a jab from the batch of AstraZeneca made in India, you might not be able to get into Europe.

    This version of AstraZeneca hasn’t been approved in Europe yet, but up to five million doses of it have been administered in the UK and this will be identifiable on the recipients’ vaccine cards and Covid travel pass on the NHS app.


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