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Why Johnson & Johnson Is Trashing 60 Million Doses of Its COVID Vaccine

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Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) hasn't become the major player in the COVID-19 vaccine market that many expected it to be, in large part because of manufacturing issues at a contractor's facility. Now, those issues have become even worse, and the Food and Drug Administration has told the healthcare giant that it must discard 60 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine. In this Motley Fool Live video recorded on June 16, 2021, Motley Fool contributors Keith Speights and Brian Orelli discuss why J&J is having to dump these vaccine doses.

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