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Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause makes it tougher to immunize hard-to-reach populations against Covid – CNBC

The pause on the use of the J&J Covid vaccine may not slow the overall U.S. vaccine rollout, but could make it tougher for some populations to get a shot.

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A homeless person wearing gloves and a protective mask sits with a sign that reads, “Seeking Human Kindness” amid the coronavirus pandemic on April 19, 2020 in New York City, United States.
The Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine pausemay not significantly slow the overall pace of the U.S. vaccine rollout, but is making it tougher for hard-to-reach populations to get a shot.
Following the Food and Drug Administration’s request on Tuesday that states temporarily halt using the J&J vaccine “out of an…

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