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Europe’s pharmaceutical regulator recommends use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine


The European Medicines Agency (EMA) on Thursday greenlighted the Coronavirus vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson for use across the EU in people from 18 years of age.

The Belgian-based company Janssen Pharmaceutica, owned by US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson had applied for a conditional marketing authorisation in mid-February. The European Commission has already agreed for 200 doses with an option to order an extra 200 million. The first jabs could be available in Europe b…

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