Portugal set to receive first Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccines in second quarter of this year

By TPN/Lusa, in News, Health · 17-02-2021 09:43:00 · 5 Comments

The news was confirmed by the head of Portugal’s national drugs watchdog Infarmed

Portugal is set to receive the first Covid vaccines by Johnson & Johnson during the second quarter of this year. The news was confirmed by the head of Portugal’s national drugs watchdog Infarmed as the vaccine’s makers submitted a request for its approval to the European regulator. Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose Janssen vaccine is currently in the final phases of safety and efficiency trials and, all going well, is expected to be approved next month.


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This johnson & Johnson ??


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By Ricardo Porto from UK on 18-02-2021 12:42

Portugal was a victim of the poor negotiation that Brussels made with the manufacturers and the total absence of WHO from the vaccination process.

By Peter from Lisbon on 18-02-2021 07:31

Wouldn't it be wonderful just to get any vaccination here in Portugal, we will probably be the last in the EU to receive one.
This government always gives us hope but seldom delivers sadly.

By barry dawson from Algarve on 17-02-2021 07:27

If Johnson & Johnson are making a vaccine, I'm not taking it... ???? With their horrible track record. No thanks!

By Angela from Algarve on 17-02-2021 12:27

This is the vaccine I want, so will be following the news about it.

By Steve Andrews from Other on 17-02-2021 11:14
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