May 8, 2021
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Georgia becomes third state to shut down Johnson & Johnson vaccine site: report – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

ATLANTA (WJW) — Georgia has reportedly become the third state to shut down a vaccination site using the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine due to adverse reactions.
The Georgia Department of Public Health confirmed to FOX 5 that eight people experienced adverse reactions on Wednesday after receiving the shot.
FOX 5 reports that one person was hospitalized for evaluation, while the other seven were sent home after being monitored on site.
Health officials say the adverse reactions were “consistent…

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