Erika Smith

Columnist, LA Times

Columnist at the LA Times

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Some people view Johnson & Johnson as a “second class shot" due to its comparatively lower efficacy rating, reports LA Times columnist Erika Smith.

Why the Johnson and Johnson vaccine shouldn’t be viewed as second class

Some people view Johnson & Johnson as a “second class shot" due to its comparatively lower efficacy rating, reports LA Times columnist Erika Smith.

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