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Rise and shine, another busy day is on the way. However, this is also shaping up as a beautiful day as well, given the clear and sunny skies — and delicious breezes — enveloping the Pharmalot campus this morning. This calls for celebration with a cup of stimulation, and we are opening a new package of maple bourbon for the occasion. Spring has sprung, after all. What is upon us right now, however, is our ever-growing to-do list. Sound familiar? So here are some items of interest. Have a great day, everyone. …

U.S. authorities recommended that states stop using the Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Covid-19 vaccine while an investigation is conducted into six rare but serious cases of clotting problems that were reported among women who received the vaccine, STAT writes. The clotting issue is similar to the one reported after use of the AstraZeneca (AZN) shot, which has not been authorized for use in the U.S. A special meeting of government advisers will be held Wednesday to review the data around the issue.

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  • Given the lead item about hold on the distribution of the J&J one-shot vaccine, the timing of “Don’t take us for granted” by PhRMA turns out to be a bit off? One observes they may want the public to forget?

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