Canada becomes first nation to grant Johnson & Johnson COVID shot full approval

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Canada has become the first nation worldwide to give full approval to Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose coronavirus vaccine. The New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company on Wednesday revealed Health Canada has given the shot the full green light, according to Reuters. It was previously authorized back in March under an interim order issued by the agency. “Today marks the first major regulatory approval for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and an important moment to recognize the dedication of everyone involved in our COVID-19 vaccine development, our partners, the regulators and clinical st…

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