Johnson & Johnson Vows To Make ‘Not-For-Profit’ Vaccine

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By Agency Report

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical company is confident it has a COVID-19 vaccine and has told Sky News it wants to make it available on a not-for-profit basis.

Johnson & Johnson says it hopes to begin human trials of the vaccine in September, which could mean mass production by early next year.

It is a significant development for a world struggling to deal with the virus, which has infected more than 800,000 people, killing almost 40,000, according to figures compiled by US university Johns Hopkins.

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