Southfield (CBS Detroit) – It’s been a year since Covid turned our world upside down and Johnson & Johnson – which just gained FDA approval – is the latest company to join in the battle against it with its new vaccine.
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Pfizer and Moderna have vaccines being given to people in Michigan and J & J shipped vaccines this week.
J & J Chairman/CEO Alex Gorsky, who hails from Michigan, talks exclusively with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the vaccine, the effort that went into it and what’s ahead in the battle against this 100-year pandemic.READ MORE: Ask A Desk-pert: Drew & Tom on Attending An Ex’s Wedding
Then, Robert Riney, COO of Henry Ford Health System, shares insights into the three vaccines being used in the battle against Covid-19. HFHS was involved in the trials of the J & J and Moderna vaccines.
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