The announcement came the same day as the CDC and FDA emergency meeting to address the suspension Vaccine Johnson & JohnsonCBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.
For the 16 major state-run vaccination sites, no one aged 60 or over needs an appointment. They can walk in right away.
Julissa Bradshaw, who was at the Javits Center for the second shot, said: “She’s over 60 years old and it’s been tough on the site, constantly falling and things like that. “I think that’s good for the older community. They are not too tech-savvy ”.
Health officials are trying to maintain vaccination rates as the delay continues.
Officials are investigating the death of an Oregon woman in her 50s, who developed a rare blood clot within two weeks of receiving the J&J shot.
Medical collaborator David Agus appeared on CBS This Morning and said the likelihood of complications is extremely low.
“We are seeing this at a rate of about one in a million. So once we start getting millions and tens of millions, side effects rarely occur, ”Agus said. “Hopefully there will be no serious problems from vaccines, but vaccines are saving the lives of millions.”
Sources told CBS News that the federal government is expected to lift the J&J suspension, but a warning label will be required.
New Yorkers have mixed feelings.
“If I have the assurance of the scientists, the doctors, the CDC that it is safe, then I will trust the science and agree with it,” said Debra Levin.
“A close friend, my colleague, his daughter married Johnson & Johnson. She was in the hospital for two days, ”said Rafael Gracia Jr,“ Johnson & Johnson is too strong. “
“It is plausible to hesitate, but if it is brought back again, I should be comfortable,” Carolyn Frankel said.
CORONA VI-WITHDRAWAL PLANTS
Vaccinations are stalled in some states – supplies of vaccines are far exceeding demand. Several of the mass vaccination sites in Texas are closed and more than half of Kansas counties have rejected vaccine shipments because they were not expected to be used.
Health officials insist vaccination is the only way to control it Coronavirus.
The CDC is reviewing masking guidelines over the coming weeks, especially outdoors for those who have been vaccinated.