Pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine
Yesterday, the FDA recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine to study cases of a rare blood clot disorder that six American women developed 1-3 weeks after receiving the shot. One woman died and another is in critical condition. Despite this prompt response by the FDA, many are left concerned about whether it's still safe to get the shot.
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