Kim Atkins: I Got The J&J Vaccine And I Still Believe In It | Deadline | MSNBC

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Columnist for the Boston Globe Kim Atkins and founding director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University Dr. Irwin Redlener discuss Kim’s experience receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine before it was paused and the importance in combatting vaccine hesitancy. Aired on 04/14/2021.
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Kim Atkins: I Got The J&J Vaccine And I Still Believe In It | Deadline | MSNBC

34 Comments on "Kim Atkins: I Got The J&J Vaccine And I Still Believe In It | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. These people hid under their bed from life before.

    They’ll keep doing it.
    ~ Jim Eagle

  2. I got it 6 days ago and I am a 22 year old male. No worries at all!

  3. The Tweatles | April 14, 2021 at 8:51 PM | Reply

    Liberals ALWAYS soooo naive and out of touch obviously 😳

    • Speaking of naive and out of touch, how’s your war against Dr Seuss and Mr Potato Head coming along? 😅😂🤣

    • Make Racists Afraid Again | April 14, 2021 at 9:02 PM | Reply

      @Ro G
      Don’t you wonder why this child enjoys making an absolute FOOL of himself daily?

  4. I’m not vaccinated yet and I would have no reservations taking J&J, but I understand the holdup.

  5. Giving facts to the ignorant anti-vaxxers is like giving medicine to the dead..😳

  6. Reporter: “Why are you not going to get the vaccine?”
    Maga supporter: “Well, I don’t want to get into conspiracies and sound stupid, but….Bill Gates created the vaccine to control our minds.”
    Reporter: **backs away slowly**

    And now, I am not making that gem of an interview up. 😅😂

  7. Tucker defense, ‘nobody in their right mind would take him seriously, it’s hyperbole for the sake of entertainment’. The problem with that is that a significant portion of our population truly does. They treat his words with reverence.

  8. Jacques Michel | April 14, 2021 at 9:00 PM | Reply

    I had J&J 3 weeks ago and never had a problem with it. In fact, I felt very good and full of energy until now. I am 81 years old. I hope it continues like this 🙏🙏🙏🙏

  9. The microchip from my second Pfizer vaccine’s working just fine.. I got a satellite circling my backyard now.. Wohoo!!🤪

  10. I got J & J also

  11. Jimmy Penrose | April 14, 2021 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    There nothing wrong with it. There’s literally a one in a million chance you might develop a blood clot; if you’re that concerned about it then take an aspirin once a day for a week or so until the risk subsides.

  12. Its officially time to pack the Supreme Court ✊️

  13. Virginia Britton | April 14, 2021 at 9:10 PM | Reply

    Me too thank you medical heroes.


  15. Throw the dice 🎲

  16. Deborah Freedman | April 14, 2021 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    I’ve noticed that most of the vaccine makers, that used a viral vector, chose adenovirus, either chimp or human. But, adenoviruses have been know to cause thrombocytopenia. (In fact a common cause of death in bone marrow recipients is clotting, due to an adenovirus infection.) That is the problem that has arisen in the J&J, Astrazeneca and Sputnik vaccines. Some Australians went a different route, and used a nonreplicating HIV vector. It worked great, with no nasty side effects, like clotting. The only problem was, anyone vaccinated with it, then tested positive for HIV. They didn’t actually have AIDS, they just tested positive. I’ve been wondering why someone didn’t use vaccinia as a vector, it quite safe, has no nasty side effects at all. The only downside is, the host target must be naive, so would not work for anyone who has been vaccinated against smallpox. However, few people born after 1975 have been vaccinated for smallpox. So a vaccine like the J&J could be used for older people, and males, while a vaccinia vectored vaccine could be safely used for women, still in their reproductive years.

  17. Wow, I agree with someone on MSNBC for a change! The J&J shot is the only one I was willing to get.

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