The risk of dying from Covid-19 is 40 times the risk of developing a rare blood …

The risk of dying from Covid-19 is 40 times the risk of developing a rare blood clotting condition after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a CNN analysis shows. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it has received reports of 28 people who developed a rare blood clotting syndrome out of 8.7 million given J&J’s Janssen coronavirus vaccine. Three of them have died from the condition, known as thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome. However, in that same time period — March 2 to May 7 — more than 2.2 million people were diagnosed with Covid-19 and more than 43,000 died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. The more y’all force this vaccine down people’s throats, the more people will avoid getting it

  2. If we stay safe and take care… we can’t get covid… but by getting vaccine we get chances of blood-clot

  3. Yes exactly. A lot of people don’t realize how small 28 out of 9 million truly is, statistically. Thank you CNN for doing the right thing.

  4. I got my moderna vaccine and I’m as sick as a dog right now. I’m only 21. I kinda didn’t want to get the vaccine but did it for my grandma.

  5. Am I the only one who thinks the wording makes it a little confusing to understand? I know a bunch of people who wouldn’t even stop to think about what it’s being said here, why!?

  6. Let people make their own choices damn. Stop with the antics. Y’all dragging the propaganda.

  7. The copy on this graphic makes it seem as if you’re 40x more likely to die after getting the J&J vaccine, which after reading the caption is NOT the story here. Bad copy choice, y’all

  8. Except majority of healthy people’s risk of dying from COVID is almost zero so why up your risk of death by taking the vaccine? Ohhhh bc J&J and the politicians want to make that money!


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