Johnson & Johnson has announced that they are beginning a 60,000-person study across up to 215 sites in the US, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Colombia, South Africa and Argentina.

The study aims to prove if their single-dose vaccine can protect against the coronavirus.

According to Paul Stoffels, J&J’s chief scientific officer, Johnson & Johnson expect results of the trial by year-end or early next year.

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