The J&J vaccine is doing its job

New and growing data suggests that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine prevents COVID infections, hospitalizations and deaths at least as well as Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, if not better. Too bad the Biden Food and Drug Administration undermined confidence in the jab.

As of January 22, The New York Times reports that unvaccinated people were 3.2 times more likely to be infected than those who received the J&J jab; the number fell to just 2.8 times against those who received both doses of Moderna and 2.4 times for those who received two Pfizer injections.

Unfortunately, the FDA undermined confidence in the J&J vaccine (and all vaccines) with its “pause” of the vaccine in April 2021.

The fear was reports of blood clotting among those who received the blow, but they only counted six cases out of (then) 7 million doses administered. Bureaucrats panicked not because of a health threat, but at the thought they or they could be criticized for making a mistake in accepting the vaccine.

In reality, the one-shot vaccine is crucial for vaccinating those who find shots of any kind frightening or embarrassing. Plus, it can be stored (in the fridge) for months, much longer than the other two shots. This will likely be crucial in getting African people stinging; only about 13% are fully immunized.

America really, really needs something like the 9/11 Commission to look into the pandemic failures of the FDA, CDC, and the rest of the nation’s public health establishment.

New York Post

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