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Archive News - Feb, 2021

J&J COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use in the United States

28 Feb, 2021 - VACCINE UPDATES - North America
Late Saturday, the FDA granted emergency use authorization to Johnson & Johnson's single-dose coronavirus vaccine. The J&J vaccine is the 3rd to receive the authorization—which will help speed up the vaccine rollout across the United States.
www.cnbc.com

FDA staff endorses Johnson & Johnson single-shot COVID vaccine for emergency use.

If approved, J&J’s application would be the 3rd vaccine authorized for emergency use in the United States—following those developed by Pfizer-BioNTech & Moderna www.washingtonpost.com

Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine Protects Against U.K., South Africa Variants, Study Shows

The vaccine developed by Pfizer appears to be effective against the more transmissible variants of the coronavirus, including the one first discovered in South Africa www.usnews.com

The vaccine developed by the University of Oxford & AstraZeneca not only protects people from serious illness & death, it also slows the transmission of the virus.

The researchers' study is the first to demonstrate evidence that any coronavirus vaccine can reduce virus transmission.

Read more: www.cnn.com

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