Michigan expands the reach of the vaccine to more people today

Lansing, Michigan (AFP) – Detroit this week turned down 6,200 doses of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine authorized for the coronavirus, preferring shots from Pfizer and Modern, but said Friday it would accept J&J doses in the next state allocation.

Mayor Mike Duggan said Thursday that residents should get the best vaccines – from Moderna and Pfizer – going against guidelines from top state health officials and federal officials who caution against comparing the three vaccines and note that all provide robust protection against the worst outcomes.

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