Officials at the Athens-Clarke County Jail are in a wait-and-see mode about a planned mass vaccination of inmates for COVID-19 that was set to... Athens-Clarke Jail vaccination plan in limbo after J&J pause

Officials at the Athens-Clarke County Jail are in a wait-and-see mode about a planned mass vaccination of inmates for COVID-19 that was set to begin April 20, Clarke County Sheriff John Q. Williams said Tuesday. The jail had planned to provide the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine to any inmate who wanted it. However, the CDC and FDA on Tuesday called for pausing use of the J&J vaccine amid an investigation into cases of unusual blood clots linked to the shot.

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