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Pharmalittle: J&J says its Covid-19 shot is more effective in two doses


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Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) said that a large, global study showed its Covid-19 vaccine is more effective when given as a two-dose regimen, and that other data indicate the efficacy of the vaccine does not wane, STAT writes. The two-dose regimen prevented 75% of moderate to severe Covid cases in all countries where it was tested — and 94% of such cases in the U.S., where the vaccine probably had to grapple with fewer variants of the virus. Importantly, the two-dose regimen was 100% effective against severe disease.

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