The vaccine is still being introduced to European countries, but has been suspended due to a rare blood clot.
Consultants from the US Institute of Public Health (CDC) voted on Friday to resume the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine (also known as Janssen vaccine).
The newspaper went on to say that 15 people in the United States have experienced blood clots after being vaccinated. Almost 8 million doses have been set.
Very rare circumstances mean that it is now recommended to include blood clots in the vaccine package insert to avoid side effects.
The use of the vaccine was suspended in the United States on April 13.Beat every week The European Medicines Agency (EMA) pointed out that Johnson & Johnson vaccine may cause blood clots.
However, EMA emphasizes that the benefits of using vaccines still outweigh the risks involved.