Doctors say Johnson and Johnson vaccine pause should not undermine vaccine confidence

The decision to temporarily stop the use of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine nationwide shouldn’t undermine confidence in the widespread vaccination effort. Dr. Susannah Hills, an ear, neck, and throat surgeon at New York’s Columbia Medical Center, joined Jim on The Final 5 explain why she believes the decision was a wise one, even though only six out of six million recipients of the Johnson and Johnson shot reported rare blood clots, and where the effort should go from here. She also offers some insight on the trends that America’s emergency rooms are seeing, one year into the pandemic.

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