Janssen vaccine could be given to millennials to protect them from virus

Millennials could offer the Johnson & Johnson single shot jab if they didn’t want to wait until July for a second shot, it was reported.

The single-shot jab means people won’t need a second shot until July and are far safer from coronavirus.

The UK has already signed a contract for 30 million cans of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Jab, which could cover half the population.

Ministers are currently examining the possibility that the sting could be the “jab and go” vaccine to allow younger people to go away for the summer. according to the telegraph.

“Where it will come in handy is that it could work very well for the younger cohort – those 18-29 year olds.” A source told the newspaper.

“One hit and you’re done – and you’re on your way to Ibiza.”

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson is expected to announce a traffic light system that will affect where Brits can vacation.

The prime minister will hold a press conference on Monday unveiling a number of plans, including vaccination passes and overseas holidays.

One of these plans has a traffic light system where countries are marked as “green, amber, or red” depending on certain conditions, including the number of vaccinations and coronavirus cases.


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