Dr. Kevin Most | ‘We’re starting to look at the impact of Johnson and Johnson and the possible need for a booster’


A Nepalese officer shows Johnson and Johnson vaccine before placing them at the Sukraraj tropical hospital vaccine storage cold room in Kathmandu, Nepal, Monday, July 12, 2021. A shipment of 1.5 million doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine donated by the United States arrived Monday in Nepal, which is struggling to inoculate its population against the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha)

Dr. Kevin Most, the Chief Medical Officer of Northwestern Medicine’s Central DuPage Hospital, joined WGN Radio’s John Williams to answer some of our listeners questions and also address whether or not there are any common denominators among those catching stains of the virus after getting their vaccinations.

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