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United States puts brakes on Johnson & Johnson vaccine following reports of blood clots – The Globe and Mail

Health Canada said the Quebec woman is recovering and she had received the version of the AstraZeneca vaccine that is made in India and sold under the name Covishield…

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Volunteer Veronica Noland explains the reason for the closing of a COVID-19 mass vaccination site that was administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in Elgin, Ill., on April 13, 2021.
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Extremely rare cases of blood clots are hampering the rollout of two COVID-19 vaccines that Canada has purchased, as the country recorded its first case of the side effect from the AstraZeneca injection and the U.S. suspended use of the Johnson & Johnson version.
On Tuesday,…

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