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Vermont Has Paused Johnson & Johnson Clinics. Here's What You Need To Know

A sign with a yellow plastic frame reads COVID-19 testing on a sidewalk outside of the Burlington City Arts building in late March.
Abagael Giles
Our weekly health update takes an in-depth look at Vermonts decision to pause Johnson & Johnson clinics through the end of the week. Shown here, a COVID-19 testing site on Pine Street in Burlington in late March.

In accordance with recommendations from the CDC and FDA, the Scott administration has ordered a pause on Johnson & Johnson clinics through the end of the week. This hour, we take an in-depth look at both the reasons for and impacts of this decision, and we answer your questions. Our guests are:

  • Dr. Beth Kirkpatrick, infectious disease specialist with the University of Vermont Medical Center and director of UVM's Vaccine Testing Center
  • Tracy Dolan, deputy commissioner for the Vermont Department of Health

Broadcast live on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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