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Metro Detroit twin sister doctors fight COVID-19 together, What the J&J vaccine rare blood clotting issues mean for people who recently got it


DETROIT – Two twin sisters bring a surprising perspective in the fight against COVID-19.

It turns out that they are uniquely equipped to deal with the stress they are experiencing as a result of their birth.

Susan Burkett, a patient of the twins, tells Local 4 News that she went doctor to doctor trying to find out about her non-COVID illness and couldn’t find answers to fix the medical problem until she met the dynamic duo have.

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  • One of the largest car dealership chains in the country, based in Metro Detroit, is about to acquire a new owner. Click here to read more.
  • All of the Metro Detroit county’s health officials had some reliance on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Click here to read more.
  • The friendship group helps more than 3,000 people with special needs together with their families. The Soul Cafe in West Bloomfield Parish is one of his programs. Click here to read more.
  • A 20-year-old man is recovering in the hospital after being shot and killed by a Michigan State Police officer on Milett Road near the Tanger Outlets in Howell. Click here to read more.

On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in addition to the Food and Drug Administration, made a recommendation to suspend administration of the COVID-19 Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

It came in response to six cases in the United States with a very unusual type of blood clot. Here’s a closer look at what was found.


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Monday, April 12, 2021 –

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Dusty Kennedy