Apr 9, 2021
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US closes two J&J vaccination centers due to adverse reactions

In the United States, two centers for vaccination of the population against coronavirus with a drug company Johnson & Johnson were closed due to numerous cases of adverse reactions, including nausea and dizziness.

According to the Wall Street Journal, North Carolina has reported 18 cases of side effects among those vaccinated. Four people were hospitalized. In Colorado, over 10 people have reported side effects after receiving the vaccine.

Johnson & Johnson is currently investigating information on adverse reactions caused by the company’s vaccine.

As of April 8, more than 66 million people (almost 20% of the country’s population) received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine in the United States.

Earlier it was reported that Mexico and Australia have decided not to restrict the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine against the background of emerging data on the formation of blood clots in people who received this drug. The authorities in these countries continue to consider this vaccine safe and effective in most cases.

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