A new poll shows that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause hasn’t impacted vaccine hesitancy as much as health care professionals first thought, with 20% of Americans still saying they won’t get vaccinated. Dr. Bob Lahita, director of the Institute for Autoimmune and Rheumatic Diseases at Saint Joseph Health, joins News NOW to break down the vaccine hesitancy numbers in the U.S. and what’s next for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause May Not Be Impacting Vaccine Hesitancy | NBC News NOW