Mayor of COVID-19 hotspot Banff says she’s disappointed over J&J vaccine delays


Sumary of Mayor of COVID-19 hotspot Banff says she’s disappointed over J&J vaccine delays:

  • Johnson vaccines earmarked for her community are delayed, but values the work Health Canada is doing to ensure every dose is safe..
  • Residents of Banff were among several priority groups across Canada looking forward to the promise of J&J shipments next week..
  • 23:03 Vaccination Acceleration Vaccination Acceleration Plans to distribute the first 300,000 doses are on hold after Health Canada learned part of the vaccines were manufactured at a Maryland facility that messed up the ingredients in 15 million doses bound for the U.S..
  • Johnson pharmaceutical arm, Janssen, to determine if the doses shipped to Canada meet required safety standards..
  • Food and Drug Administration for violations including cleaning and sterilization failures, the potential for cross-contamination and failure to follow required protocols..
  • Health Canada had already cleared 1.5 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine made at the facility, but did not think the Canadian Johnson &…

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