The CDC has been busy monitoring these vaccines, and surprise, surprise, they have issued a new warning for one of the options! It might be a surprise to them, but it certainly isn’t to us!
Due to concerns about blood clots, an advisory panel associated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has voted unanimously to recommend that the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines be vastly promoted over the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, which only requires one shot.
The CDC released new data this week that showed there were more cases of blood clots that have occurred since the agency temporarily halted the production of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine last April, according to Fox Business.
Researchers have described these blood clots as “Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome.”
It didn’t take long for researchers to discover that women between the ages of 30 and 49 were the most affected group when it comes to these blood clotting side effects. They estimated the rate of occurrence to be about 1 in 100,000 shots.
CDC Official Dr. Isaac See said on Thursday that health officials have confirmed that they have at least 34 cases of blood clotting that is only related to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Nine of these cases have been fatal, and there are even TWO MORE deaths that are suspected to be related to this blood clotting.
This decision to accept the panel’s recommendation is solely on the shoulders of CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.
There have been at least 16 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine that have been administered in the United States, compared to the approximately 470 million doses of Moderna and Pfizer jabs that have been administered.
According to the American Society of Hematology, symptoms of blood clots typically occur about six to 14 days after injection with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. These symptoms include severe headaches, abdominal pain, back pain and nausea.
According to the American Society of Hematology the symptoms of blood clots will typically occur about six to fourteen days after the injection of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. These symptoms would include severe headaches %2C back pain%2C abdominal pain and nausea.
Unlike the Messenger RNA vaccines%2C the Johnson and Johnson offering is known as a viral vector vaccine%2C and that means that it uses a harmless Adenovirus with genetic instructions for the SARS-COV-2s pike protein %2C producing antibodies that will fight off the COVID-19 infection.
The difference between this and the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is that they will “teach” the cells to make a protein that will trigger an immune response in your body rather than inserting a live virus.
Indeed, there was a study in the Nature Medicine journal last Tuesday from Oxford University that showed that the COVID-19 vaccines can cause Myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart. This even happens in young people, and at a rate higher than their incidence of COVID-19. Imagine that? Young people have the potential to get sicker from the SHOT ITSELF than if we just left them alone completely.
Moreover, there was actually a delayed decision from the Food and Drug Administration in their decision to administer the Moderna vaccine to young people due to the Myocarditis concerns.
At the time, Sweden, Norway, and Finland had halted the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine simply because they were concerned about the effects on younger people. Iceland took it a step further, halting the administration for everyone – youngsters and parents alike.
Not to be undone, France’s health authority also advised against using the Moderna vaccine because of this Myocarditis risk.