Dr. Emily Landon, an infectious disease specialist from UChicago Medicine, joins CBS 2’s Brad Edwards to explain what she would tell people who have doubts because of the Johnson & Johnson pause.

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UChicago Health's Dr. Emily Landon On The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine PauseDr. Emily Landon, an infectious disease specialist from UChicago Medicine, joins CBS 2’s Brad Edwards to explain what she would tell people who have doubts because of the Johnson & Johnson pause.
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