South Africa to produce 30 million J&J Covid-19 vaccines
Aspen Pharmacare will produce 30 million Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines at its factory in Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth).
President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement on Monday.
“This Aspen belongs to us as South Africans and it is making life-saving vaccines and we as South Africa must be in pole position to be able to get vaccines that are manufactured here,” said Ramaphosa.
JSE-listed Aspen is the largest pharmaceutical company in Africa.
Johnson & Johnson is the largest drugs maker in the world.
For more detail, read “About 30 million J&J vaccines to be produced at Aspen Facility – Ramaphosa” – Eyewitness News
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