Dr. Fauci Warns Women Who Took J&J Vaccine to “Be Alert for Symptoms” After Reports of Blood Clots – But Please Continue to Get Your Vaccine

Source: Jim Hoft

The Fraudulent Biden administration called for a ‘pause’ in administering the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 China coronavirus vaccine Tuesday morning. The FDA and CDC, citing six reports of blood clots in women aged 18-48–including one fatality–out of about seven million administered vaccines, called on states to ‘pause’ the J&J vaccine while the problem is studied. The similar AstraZeneca vaccine deployed in Europe has faced similar rare clotting issues. The New York Times was first to report on the ‘pause’.

Following the news Dr. Fauci held a presser with the Biden team and warned women to “be alert” if they took the Johnson&Johnson vaccine.

The Daily Mail reported:

Dr Anthony Fauci has warned women who have had the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to be alert for symptoms of an adverse reaction, as U.S. health agencies advise against the vaccine’s usage until more research can be done.

On Tuesday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended a halt in the use of J&J’s jab.

Their recommendation was made after six people, out of the 6.8 million to receive the jab so far, reported blood clots. All were women aged 18-48.

J&J announced that they were also delaying the rollout of their vaccine in Europe, and pausing clinical trials.

Fauci appeared on CBS News on Tuesday night and said that people who had received the J&J jab in the last 13 days should be alert to warning signs.

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