New death in U.S. after Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Six women developed blood clots after being vaccinated with J&J. The use of the drug in all states of the United States has been suspended.

New death in U.S. after Johnson & Johnson vaccine

In the United States, the causes of death of a woman who received a vaccine against the coronavirus Johnson & Johnson (J&J) by Janssen are investigating. The patient died as a result of blood clots, writes TASS.

According to the Oregon State Department of Health, a 50-year-old woman was vaccinated in early April and died within two weeks of being vaccinated.

To date, there is no data to support the version that thrombosis was directly related to COVID vaccination, experts say.

In the United States, 6.8 million people have been vaccinated with the J&J vaccine. Authorities reported six cases of blood clots in women between 18 and 48 years old, 6-13 days after vaccination. One of the patients died.

J&J vaccination has been suspended in the states.

We will remind, in the United States revealed massive contamination of vaccines from the coronavirus company Johnson & Johnson. Among the problems identified at the plant are non-compliance with the rules for the prevention of drug contamination, inadequacy of the premises for the production of vaccines, inadequate training of employees, and unsanitary conditions.