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J&J Ramps Up Manufacturing Capacity To Produce 1 Billion Doses Of Candidate COVID-19 Vaccine

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Company expects clinical trials to begin by September and says first batches could be available for emergency use authorization in early 2021; J&J pledges vaccine will be available to public on not-for-profit basis.

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