Daybreak Today Wednesday Morning Brief

City adjusts after J&J pause, CDC to look into blood clot issues, new deadline set on Afghanistan troop withdrawal

KCBD's Daybreak Today - April 14

On Daybreak Today,

The Lubbock Health Department halted the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at its clinics.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will meet today to investigate reports of blood clots linked to the J&J vaccine.

Rescue efforts are underway after stormy conditions caused a boat off the Louisiana coast to capsize.

The Brooklyn Center police officer who fatally shot Duante Wright resigned on Tuesday along with the city’s police chief.

President Joe Biden set a Sept. 11 deadline for U.S. troops to leave Afghanistan.

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