North Carolina sites halt J&J shots after adverse reactions [Video] (aol.com)
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina health officials said on Thursday that they stopped administering Johnson & Johnson doses at a mass vaccination site in Raleigh and at clinics in Hillsborough and Chapel Hill after at least 26 people experienced adverse reactions, including fainting.
CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund said it is aware of adverse reactions in some people who received the vaccine shots in Iowa, Colorado, Georgia and North Carolina. Those reactions include dizziness, light headedness, feeling faint and rapid breathing.
OFFS, we see kids get “the vapors” after shots all the time. This is not the kind of thing we need to be publicizing right now. Guaranteed it will get confabulated with the AZ venous thrombosis stories. Because having a vasovagal reaction to getting a shot and having your brain clot over are just the same, right?