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April 15, 2021
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory committee met on Wednesday to review the six cases of rare blood clots possibly linked to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. After several hours of discussion, the committee declined to take a vote on a recommendation, saying members need more time. Therefore, the pause on administering the vaccine will continue. “The panel did not set a date for when they will meet again, but it could be in the next week to 10 days,” The Hill reported. “There is also a regularly scheduled meeting on May 5.” Here are some of the other recent headlines you might have missed.