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CORRECTED-WHO says Denmark looking to share AstraZeneca vaccines after halting shots

(Corrects story to say other countries, not poorer countries)

ZURICH, April 15 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization Europe head, Hans Kluge, said on Thursday that Denmark is examining options for sharing AstraZeneca's vaccines with other nations, after itself halting use of the shots over concerns over rare blood clots. (Reporting by John Miller Editing by Hugh Lawson and Keith Weir)