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Inside CDC panel’s meeting and vote today on the J&J vaccine pause

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Dr. Henry Bernstein, a member of the CDC panel meeting today, says he’s “confident” they will make a decision on the fate of the J&J vaccine today; adding that if the pause is lifted, shots in arms could resume in the U.S. “immediately."