Syringes with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The company’s scientists said their vaccine was more durable than the mRNA ones. Photo: TNS
Syringes with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The company’s scientists said their vaccine was more durable than the mRNA ones. Photo: TNS

US experts recommend second Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 shot

  • Outside advisers to the FDA ask if the single-dose vaccine should actually be a two-dose one, citing low antibody levels compared to Pfizer and Moderna jabs
  • US health officials are also looking into lowering the recommended age for Pfizer boosters

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Syringes with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The company’s scientists said their vaccine was more durable than the mRNA ones. Photo: TNS
Syringes with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The company’s scientists said their vaccine was more durable than the mRNA ones. Photo: TNS
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