The Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine offers good protection now. A booster shot will maximize that, experts say.
As more Covid-19 boosters are potentially set to become available, experts say those who received the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine are 'awfully well protected,' but should still get another shot for maximum safety.
Is this the same J&J that kept on insisting on the safety of its products to the public despite having known for decades about the use of carcinogenic asbestos in its company's powder?🤔 Maximize blood clots, sweet The insistence to jab everyone with boosters, knowing the efficacy declines after a few months baffles me.
It’s not more of a therapeutic drug than a vaccine
FDA panel endorses booster shot for J&J COVID-19 vaccineWASHINGTON (AP) — A panel of U.S. health advisers endorsed booster doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot COVID-19 vaccine Friday, saying they should be offered at least two months after immunization. 2 whole months 🤣🤣 two months
FDA Panel Endorses Booster Shot For J&J COVID-19 VaccineA panel of health advisers said people who received Johnson & Johnson's single-shot vaccine would benefit from a booster dose.
FDA advisory group recommends 2nd J&J shotDoes the Johnson & Johnson need a booster? The FDA advisory committee recommended a second dose at least two months after the first shot. The second dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine would be offered at least 2 months after the first.
FDA committee says it's safe for all adults who got J&J's COVID-19 vaccine to get a booster“This does look more like a two-dose vaccine,” Dr. Michael Nelson, a temporary voting member of the FDA committee. The group of people who would qualify for the J&J booster can get it two months after getting their first dose. nice Nope. One and done.
Independent FDA panel votes to authorize booster shots for Johnson & Johnson vaccineBREAKING: An independent FDA advisory panel has voted to authorize Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine boosters to all J&J recipients 18 and older. NicolettiCoffee LeeBotz
FDA Panel Recommends Second Johnson & Johnson Vaccine DoseThe panel recommends that the second J&J dose come at least 2 months after the first shot. It’s not technically a booster, but it’s moving Johnson & Johnson from a one-dose vaccine to a two-dose one, similar to Moderna’s and Pfizer’s vaccines.