Assessing the broader implications of the pause on J&J’s Covid-19 vaccine

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Assessing the broader implications of the pause on J&J’s Covid-19 vaccine” – below is their description.

Dr. Patrick Moore, Professor of Microbiology and Microgenetics at the University of Pittsburgh, and also a voting member of the panel that voted unanimously to recommend J&J’s vaccine for Emergency Use Authorization to the FDA, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss the impact and fallout of the pause on that vaccine.

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