KNX In Depth: Should you worry if you got a Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine? -- A miserable 2020 drives down Americans' life expectancy -- Dorothy's long lost dress from Wizard of Oz is found -- LA bars start enforcing vaccine verification
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Not what you wanted to hear if you were one of the estimated 13-million Americans who received Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccinations: new research shows those J&J shots might be less effective at preventing infections from new variants.
So if you got a J&J shot, should you worry? Should you get another shot? We'll go In Depth.
Not a surprise to learn that life expectancy for the average American dropped in 2020 -- but it's the amount of time we shaved off that's the shocker.
And there were probably five dresses that Judy Garland's "Dorothy" wore during the filming of "The Wizard of Oz" ... and *50 years* after one of them was lost....it's been found.
The Tokyo Olympics will likely be a major money loser for all involved.
Yet more drama surrounding the special committee investigating the January 6th Capitol Hill insurrection.
And at the end of today's show we'll talk about some LA bars.... requiring every customer provide proof of COVID vaccination at the door.
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