Covid-19 roundup: US lands another 100M-dose contract from J&J to back Biden's pledge; Pfizer and BioNTech could produce 3B vaccine doses next year
With headlines around the globe focused on various hitches in the global supply chain for Covid vaccines, President Joe Biden is taking out an insurance policy of sorts to help guarantee his promise to rapidly expand access.
The New York Times is reporting this morning that the president is set to announce a new contract with J&J covering an added 100 million doses of their one-shot jab to guard against Covid-19, to be delivered in the second half of the year.
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