The Meals and Drug Administration has withdrawn authorization for Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, ending its short-lived however troubled existence amid the pandemic.
In a letter final week, the FDA’s high vaccine regulator, Peter Marks, wrote to Janssen Biotech—the Johnson & Johnson-owned, Belgium-based firm answerable for the vaccine—saying that the company was revoking authorization. Marks opened the letter by noting that the withdrawal was on the request of the corporate.
Based on Marks, Janssen’s Might 22 letter knowledgeable the FDA that:
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