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FDA Severely Limits Use of J&J COVID Shot

FDA Severely Limits Use of J&J COVID Shot

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Use of Johnson and Johnson’s (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine should only be limited to certain adults, the FDA said on Thursday.

Due to an updated analysis of the rare cases of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), which typically occur 1 to 2 weeks after vaccination, use of the J&J vaccine should be restricted to those for whom mRNA vaccines are “not accessible or clinically appropriate,” or who would not get vaccinated if not for the J&J vaccine, the agency said.

“Our action reflects our updated analysis of the risk of TTS following administration of this vaccine and limits the use of the vaccine to certain individuals,” said Peter Marks, MD, PhD, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, in a statement.

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5 thoughts on “FDA Severely Limits Use of J&J COVID Shot

  • Taylor Young

    The J&J and all Vaccines MUST be stopped NOW>
    They are NOT vaccines!
    They are BIO-WEAPONS!
    Do all that you can to prevent your loved ones from and ALL CHILDREN, from being harmed PERMANENTLY by them.
    Yes, some have seemingly been unharmed, so far, but don’t use that as an excuse to play Russian Roulette with the JAB!!

  • Sandra

    Interestingly, both cases of thrombocytopenia I know of first hand happened after the first shot of Pfizer.

  • Deborah Stinson

    None of the vaccines should be allowed for anyone. None are safe. None are effective. If there is a virus, which I seriously doubt, there are effective ways to treat it without a vaccine at all. I’m so fed up with this scam.

  • Will

    Interesting. Since a reaction can occur with any vaccine. I have seen more people have reactions to the supposedly safe vaccine. An informed choice, not imposed, should be left up to the individual.

  • Don Langlinais

    After I got this shot my equilibrium seems to be damaged. My doctor has no clue as to why. Its all about big pharma

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