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Johnson & Johnson says a booster dose of its COVID shot prompts strong response
While the single-dose vaccine remains strongly effective, “a booster shot further increases protection against COVID-19 and is expected to extend the duration of protection significantly,” J&J's chief scientific officer said in a statement
A Colorado woman developed rare blood clots from a coronavirus vaccine. She says you should still get vaccinated.
Doctors at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital were the first in the country to try a different drug in treating the clots
Colorado health leaders OK use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine
The federal government paused use of the J&J shot — also called the Janssen vaccine — after 15 of the nearly 8 million people to receive vaccine developed a highly unusual kind of blood clot
Johnson & Johnson pause may not affect Colorado’s vaccine equity efforts. But other issues persist.
Some community-based groups crucial to the state’s plans to reach underserved communities say they’re under-resourced and finding funding beyond government
Colorado halts distribution of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after federal regulators recommend “pause” over blood clot reports
More than 6.8 million doses of the J&J vaccine have been administered in the U.S., the vast majority with no or mild side effects. More than 120,000 Coloradans have received the J&J vaccine.
Colorado’s new coronavirus vaccine phase, plenty of available shots draws people to rural Colorado
Hugo in Lincoln County hosted a mass event at the fairgrounds and elated Front Range drivers stayed overnight at a truck stop to be ready
Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose coronavirus vaccine is approved for use
“This is great news — our country will quickly be equipped with another life-saving and crisis-ending vaccine to help us in the fight against COVID-19," Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said in a written statement
FDA confirms that Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine protects against COVID-19
Armed with that advice, FDA is expected to make a final, emergency-use decision within days