FDA Advisory Committee Member Discusses Future Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine | Stephanie Ruhle 1

FDA Advisory Committee Member Discusses Future Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine | Stephanie Ruhle

 

Federal agencies are expected to decide whether the Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine can resume this week. Member of the FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee Dr. Paul Offit weighs in on the vaccine's fate and explains its advantages, but cautions it now has a "scarlet letter" on it. Aired on 04/20/2021.
» Subscribe to MSNBC:

MSNBC delivers breaking news, in-depth analysis of politics headlines, as well as commentary and informed perspectives. Find video clips and segments from The Rachel Maddow Show, Morning Joe, Meet the Press Daily, The Beat with Ari Melber, Deadline: White House with Nicolle Wallace, Hardball, All In, Last Word, 11th Hour, and more.

Connect with MSNBC Online
Visit msnbc.com:
Subscribe to MSNBC Newsletter:
Find MSNBC on Facebook:
Follow MSNBC on Twitter:
Follow MSNBC on Instagram:

#Covid #Vaccine ​#MSNBC

FDA Advisory Committee Member Discusses Future Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine | Stephanie Ruhle

23 comments

  1. I don’t know… if you live in Texas the J&J vaccine is much safer than going to the mall for a mass shooting!

    1. @Skankhunt36 – Well, this ol’ Democrat turned socialist now fully understands why people are so determined to hang on to their guns.

    2. @Sparkof Divinity- Even if the substance had FDA approval it would be wise to hesitate, as that organization’s history is nearly as troubling as the CDC’s.

    3. @Mary Halverson you know most children have to be vaccinated for multiple things to even attend school, and that’s been that way for many decades.

    4. @Skankhunt36 – My kids were among those who received safely spaced out shots from small lots that weren’t preserved with neurotoxins, but the industry made it difficult. They will do the same with anyone who chooses to proceed cautiously now, but it’s well worth the effort.

    1. @Skankhunt36 same news anchor telling you to put on a mask, but doesn’t have to wear one for her job

    2. Why not? States have the right to require everyone to be vaccinated. The Supreme Court already decided that in Jacobson v Massachusetts.

    3. @Lucky W I doubt you know what kind of precautions they take at that particular news station to keep their employees safe, and that is also totally different than wearing a mask out in public.

  2. The Lord Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, and he was buried, and he rose again the third day, and he is offering everlasting life to all who will believe in him.

  3. I don’t see why J&J isn’t resumed, just not for females of reproductive age, unless they live where storage for the mRNA vaccines isn’t available. This vaccine is still a game changer for undeveloped countries, and some rural areas. I’d like to see another vaccine, using a vaccina virus vector, for female too young to use the J&J. But, still, the J&J vaccine is less risky than actual Covid infection.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.