Johnson and Johnson's COVID Vaccine Is Safer Than the Birth Control Millions Use

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Johnson and Johnson's COVID Vaccine Is Safer Than the Birth Control Millions Use

A nurse gives a shot of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-thru vaccination site targeted to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at Michael McCoy Elementary School. Meanwhile, hormonal birth control, a medication that millions of women in the U.S. use, can also raise your risk of a blood clot. Pausing the Johnson & Johnson rollout not only risks slowing down the U.S. fight against the pandemic—it may also increase already-rampant distrust of and fuel misinformation about all the coronavirus vaccines. In a Tuesday statement, Johnson & Johnson said that “no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events” and the company’s vaccine. (Her original Johnson & Johnson jab was cancelled, she said, but she ended up getting a shot of Moderna.)

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