Volunteer Gets Sick — Two COVID-19 Vaccines Now Shut Down

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Johnson & Johnson paused its quest for a coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday, mere weeks after the company announced it was in the final stage of creating a coronavirus vaccine which was on track to enroll tens of thousands of people. After a study participant fell ill with an unexplained illness, the company announced it will suspend its trial while the participant’s condition is reviewed by internal clinical and safety physicians. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.