Dr. Jeffrey Kopin: Do you need a booster shot if you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine?


WINNETKA, CALIFORNIA – JULY 06: EMT Quentin Scarborough applies an adhesive bandage after administering a vaccine dose to student Nathan Alex Perez during a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at James Jordan Middle School on July 6, 2021 in Winnetka, California. The clinic was hosted by the Fernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians as part of their community outreach to underserved communities in partnership with the Medi-Vaxx Program of the San Fernando Valley. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Dr. Jeffrey Kopin, chief medical officer for Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital, joins Anna to talk about how COVID is a preventable infection, why some people who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine feel like they need a booster shot, coffee consumption being linked to lower risk of COVID-19 infection, and if we should worry about Lollapalooza being a ‘superspreader’ event.

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