Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg
Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine won’t be supplied to Hong Kong this year, source says, dashing experts’ hopes of replacement for AstraZeneca shots

  • Hong Kong government pulled out of a key part of its agreement with AstraZeneca this week and asked the firm not to deliver the first batch of 7.5 million shots
  • Top public health experts say the government needs to come up with more incentives to overcome residents’ ‘vaccine hesitancy’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg
Recipients require only one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is made by its unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Photo: Bloomberg
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