Q&A: Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

A third coronavirus vaccine — developed by Johnson & Johnson — is on the precipice of being approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Unlike the already-approved vaccines, it’s a single shot and doesn’t require ultracold storage. It’s expected to speed up how fast herd immunity is reached.

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How many doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are required?

At what temperature does the J&J vaccine need to be stored before injection into the recipient?

What about the properties of the J&J vaccine makes it easier to vaccinate more people more quickly than others?

Where is the J&J vaccine in the bureaucratic approval process?

Are there more vaccines in the works?

How does the Johnson & Johnson vaccine work, and how is Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine different from the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines?

How does the efficacy compare between the other vaccines?

Are there side effects?

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