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(NEXSTAR) – The CDC says the Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine may pose a “small possible risk” of a rare but potentially dangerous neurological reaction, called Guillain-Barré syndrome which can cause muscle weakness and paralysis.

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