CDC urges to resume J&J vaccine despite its reported cases of negative side effects

After a short hiatus due to concerns about negative side effects, the CDC now came up with a recommendation to resume the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

Following a rare blood clotting disorder in some recipients, federal health officials started considering lifting their decision to halt the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the past week.

Over the past two weeks, the pace of COVID vaccinations has been at an all-time high of 3 million shots a day, and almost 40% of Americans have received at least one dose. The number of vaccines given out every day peaked at 2.4 million only a few weeks ago.

CDC urges to resume J&J vaccine despite its reported cases of negative side effects 2

A COVID vaccine has been received by 13% of adults, which equals about 100 million people, in the US. Biden has a significantly higher approval rating than Trump.

In the early stages of Joe Biden’s presidency, polls showed that nearly 70% of Americans approved of his COVID proposals. There were 97 percent of Democrats, 40% of Republicans, and 70% of independents who agreed.

Ambulances were waiting up to eight hours in COVID-ravaged Los Angeles at the time. Despite the fact that COVID cases and deaths are at an all-time high, 30 percent of Californians are breaking stay-at-home orders. Meanwhile, groups of maskless protesters are gathering to sing Christmas carols in protest as the state prepares to extend the stay-at-home orders.

As COVID cases rise around the nation, a poll found that 69 percent of Americans support Biden’s proposed federal mask mandate.


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