BREAKING NEWS: FDA orders Johnson & Johnson to throw out 60 MILLION Covid vaccine doses made at Baltimore plant that had several violations
- The FDA has ordered 60 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine to be discarded on Friday
- The shots were made at a Baltimore plant run by Emergent Solutions, which has come under fire after receiving several violations
- It is unclear if the plant, which closed two months ago after ruining 15 million J&J doses in an ingredient mix-up, will be allowed to reopen
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ordered Johnson & Johnson to discard 60 million COVID-10 vaccine doses on Friday.
The shots were made at a plant in Baltimore that had several violations and ruined 15 million doses of the vaccine during an ingredient mix-up.
Earlier in the day, the health agency allowed 10 million doses to be distributed in the U.S. to other countries, but with a caveat that there is no guarantee the J&J shots wee made under good manufacturing practices.
It has not been decided yet whether not the plant, run by Emergent Solutions, will be allowed to reopen after closing two months ago.
The FDA has ordered 60 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine to be discarded on Friday Pictured: Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in Hartford, Connecticut, March 2021
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