Without J&J, EU vaccination drive could slip by over 2 months - Airfinity

Without J&J, EU vaccination drive could slip by over 2 months - Airfinity
Without J&J, EU vaccination drive could slip by over 2 months - Airfinity

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Without J&J, the EU would reach 75 per cent coverage only by December 8. — Reuters pic

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BERLIN, April 14 — The suspension of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine could delay efforts to vaccinate most people in the European Union by over two months to December, scientific information and analytics company Airfinity forecast on Wednesday.

“If the EU can’t use the J&J vaccine indefinitely it could push the timeline for vaccinating 75 per cent of the population back into December,” London-based Airfinity said in a forecast update provided to Reuters.

Without J&J, the EU would reach 75 per cent coverage - viewed as a benchmark for achieving herd immunity - by December 8, Airfinity projected, representing slippage of more than two months from an earlier expected date of Sept. 30.

In the United States a lack of J&J would push back reaching the 75 per cent threshold to Sept. 17 from July 22, it estimated. — Reuters

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