Members of the European Parliament announced that JOHNSON & JOHNSON will begin to provide its covid-19 vaccine to EU countries in a single dose.
According to Reuters, the company initially planned to start providing vaccines in early April, but was delayed due to production difficulties.
“Johnson & Johnson started shipping EU vaccines today,” said Peter Liese, Minister of Environmental Protection of the Christian Democratic Party (CDU) of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
EU Industry Commission Commissioner Thierry Breton said this month that the US company has committed to deliver 55 million doses and another 120 million doses to the EU by the end of June in the third quarter.
Lisse said: “Until recently, it was unclear whether he would keep his promise. However, in the second quarter, 50 million doses were safe.” Pharmaceutical companies.