CDC reviews death of Michigan woman who got Johnson & Johnson vaccine — everything you should know

The Extinction Chronicles

No evidence of rare blood clot after woman’s death, officials say

Annie VanGeest
Annie VanGeest(WDIV)

The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention is currentlyreviewing the death of a Michigan womanwho received theJohnson & Johnsonvaccine, though there is currently no evidence that her death and the vaccine are linked, officials said.

J&J vaccine pause

The Food and Drug Administrationrecommended pausing the use of the Johnson and & Johnson vaccinefor a short time earlier this month as officials investigated a rare instance of blood clots forming in a few women who received the shot.

On April 12, 6.8 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had been administered across the country, and six cases of the blood clot had been identified.

In other words, only 0.00008% of Johnson & Johnson recipients were affected, according to experts.

Officials said a type of blood clot called cerebral venous…

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