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J&J COVID-19 vaccine in limbo as U.S. panel delays vote on resuming shots

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By Julie Steenhuysen and Manas Mishra

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The NY Post stated that an average of over 700 Americans are dying every day from Covid. So in the week to ten days that these folks take to mull over this one death and five other cases, between 4,900 and 7,000 Americans could die of the virus.

According to FARE, each year 200,000 Americans require emergency medical care for allergic reactions to food.

Will the FDA ban food?

As Dr. Bell says, 'nothing is risk-free'.

Research the dangerous reactions and put warnings on the vaccines, but do not stop offering them.

Every vaccination reduces the risk of a new variant developing that could have a mortality rate comparable to 1918 or Ebola, or be resistant to all vaccines. The speed of the vaccine roll out is one of the few weapons we have against Covid.

So get on with it.

Nobody is forced to take a jab. If you don't want one, or wish to wait, stay home and wait for others to take the risks that get us to herd immunity. Then we may be able to protect those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons or who don't want to take the risk.

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The COVID-19 “vaccine” skeptics have been vindicated. The shot is more dangerous than the virus.

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By far most US vaccines used are Pfizer and Moderna - J&J vaccine won't be too big bump on the road to herd immunity

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/01/28/960901166/how-is-the-covid-19-vaccination-campaign-going-in-your-state

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The shot is more dangerous than the virus.

That's twice, now. This misinformation that antivaxxers post - is perhaps the most dangerous of all.

6 cases out of 7.2 million doses.

6.

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