Dr. Kevin Ault, a professor and department director at the University of Kansas Medical Center, said: “We need to know the severity of the problem.”
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Immunization Practice Advisory Committee should continue to collect data before issuing further guidance on Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine.
Dr. Kevin Otter, professor and department director of the University of Kansas Medical Center, said: “We need to know the severity of the problem.” “So, we will shake the trees in the database owned by CDC. We also need to know what the denominator is: Is it just young women or the entire population that has been vaccinated?”
He said: “In the past two weeks, there are still many people in the United States who have been vaccinated.” “We have seen these reactions in two weeks, so it doesn’t seem to be long, but only in these nine to ten days. You will get a lot of data.”