India  

Fareed on the J&J vaccine pause: The damage has been done

Video Credit: Bleacher Report AOL - Duration: 05:03s - Published
Fareed on the J&J vaccine pause: The damage has been done

Fareed on the J&J vaccine pause: The damage has been done

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria discusses the CDC and FDA’s recommendation to pause and then quickly resume the use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, which has been linked to 15 cases of a rare blood clotting condition.


You Might Like


💡 newsR Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Fareed Zakaria Fareed Zakaria Indian-American journalist and author

On GPS: U.S. Presidents and their best friends [Video]

On GPS: U.S. Presidents and their best friends

Gary Ginsberg, author of “First Friends” joins Fareed to retrace the history of the close friendships that shaped many American Presidencies.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 06:27Published
Fareed's Take: Global governance can work again [Video]

Fareed's Take: Global governance can work again

Fareed gives his take on why the global coordination between governments following the 2008 financial crisis yields important lessons for fighting Covid-19.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 06:00Published
On GPS: The man behind Nixon [Video]

On GPS: The man behind Nixon

’First Friends’ author Gary Ginsberg and Fareed examine former president Richard Nixon’s friendship with Bebe Rebozo.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 02:24Published
On GPS: Rupert Murdoch's social circle [Video]

On GPS: Rupert Murdoch's social circle

Author Gary Ginsberg tells Fareed about how Rupert Murdoch had, “no separation between senior business leaders and his best friends.”

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 01:08Published
On GPS: Did Branson go to space? [Video]

On GPS: Did Branson go to space?

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and Fareed analyze whether billionaire Richard Branson’s historic space flight is in fact “space travel.”

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 03:26Published

Johnson & Johnson Johnson & Johnson U.S. multinational medical manufacturer

Ben Crump Sues J&J Over 'Cancerous' Talcum Powder Targeted at Black Women

Ben Crump is suing Johnson & Johnson for allegedly targeting Black women with a product he says has been linked to cancer -- and it sounds like they're going..
TMZ.com
CDC Advisory Committee discuss rare side effect possibly linked to Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine [Video]

CDC Advisory Committee discuss rare side effect possibly linked to Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, or ACIP, met on Thursday to review data on the need for COVID-19 booster shots, and also discuss newly discovered safety concerns about Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine.

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 01:53Published
CDC Advisory Committee to discuss J&J vaccine concerns [Video]

CDC Advisory Committee to discuss J&J vaccine concerns

CDC Advisory Committee to discuss J&J vaccine concerns

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 02:12Published
State AGs urge support for $26 bln opioid settlement [Video]

State AGs urge support for $26 bln opioid settlement

[NFA] A group of state attorneys general unveiled on Wednesday a landmark $26 billion settlement with large drug companies for allegedly fueling the deadly nationwide opioid epidemic, but some states were cool on the agreement. Colette Luke has more.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:58Published
Twitter suspends U.S. Republican Greene for posts [Video]

Twitter suspends U.S. Republican Greene for posts

Twitter Inc on Monday said it temporarily suspended Republican U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's account for tweets which violated the social media's misinformation policy on COVID-19. Bryan Wood reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:02Published

Food and Drug Administration Food and Drug Administration Agency of the US Department of Health and Human Services

England to scrap quarantine for fully jabbed EU and US visitors [Video]

England to scrap quarantine for fully jabbed EU and US visitors

Fully vaccinated travellers from the US and much of Europe will be able to enter England and Scotland without quarantining, starting next week.Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that people who have received both doses of a vaccine approved by the FDA in the US or the European Medicines Agency, which regulates drugs for the European Union and several other countries, will be able to take pre and post-arrival coronavirus tests instead of self-isolating for 10 days after entering England.The rule change comes into effect at 3am on Monday August 2.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:03Published
CDC weighs 3rd vaccine dose for immune compromised people as COVID-19 surges in the unvaccinated [Video]

CDC weighs 3rd vaccine dose for immune compromised people as COVID-19 surges in the unvaccinated

The CDC is now discussing a possible third dose for folks with compromised immune systems. During a presentation Thursday, the CDC said the FDA hasn’t received enough data to support a third dose but is continuing to assess safety studies and expert opinion to determine if it's needed.

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 02:38Published
Gottlieb warns most unvaccinated will get COVID [Video]

Gottlieb warns most unvaccinated will get COVID

[NFA] U.S. COVID-19 infections are climbing in parts of the country with low vaccination rates, and former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb warned a new Delta variant would likely infect most unvaccinated Americans. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 02:03Published
Experts break down signs of rare side effect reported after J&J vaccine [Video]

Experts break down signs of rare side effect reported after J&J vaccine

Both the CDC and FDA are closely monitoring reports of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) after getting the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. While cases appear rare, Tampa Bay area health experts explain what to look for and share why getting vaccinated is still important.

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 02:01Published

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Disease Control and Prevention United States government public health agency

Rep. Ayanna Pressley on eviction moratorium: 'It is a moral failing that we did not act' [Video]

Rep. Ayanna Pressley on eviction moratorium: 'It is a moral failing that we did not act'

Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, who slept on the steps of the US Capitol Friday night to protest the end of the national eviction moratorium, tells CNN’s Ryan Nobles that she believes the White House and the CDC should act on extending the moratorium.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 07:29Published
Why Missouri congresswoman slept on the Capitol steps [Video]

Why Missouri congresswoman slept on the Capitol steps

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) slammed her House colleagues for adjourning for August recess without passing an extension of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium for renters. CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux reports Bush slept overnight on the steps of the US Capitol in an effort to appeal to her colleagues to extend the moratorium.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 01:43Published
No federal mandate on COVID-19 vaccine: CDC chief [Video]

No federal mandate on COVID-19 vaccine: CDC chief

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said on Friday there will be no nationwide mandate for Americans to get a COVID-19 vaccine, clarifying comments she made earlier during a televised interview. This report produced by Jonah Green.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:38Published
What this 'canary in the coal mine' Covid-19 outbreak shows us about the virus [Video]

What this 'canary in the coal mine' Covid-19 outbreak shows us about the virus

A Covid-19 outbreak in Provincetown, Massachusetts, is highlighting the importance of being vaccinated as the vacation destination’s cluster has seen no deaths and only four hospitalizations. However, the outbreak is driving new guidance from the CDC after demonstrating how transmissible the Delta variant is.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 01:52Published

CDC Paid 'NFL Alumni' Assoc. $3.5 Mil To Promote Covid-19 Vaccine

The NFL Alumni association was paid a whopping $3,500,000 by the CDC to promote the COVID-19 vaccine, TMZ Sports has learned. U.S. Federal Procurement docs show..
TMZ.com