J&J says it is still on track to deliver 24M vaccines next month following contamination issue

The U.S. will continue to vaccinate for COVID-19 with help from New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson.
The New Brunswick company made headlines this week when 15 million doses had to be thrown out after being contaminated.
The company called the batch part of a test run.
J&J says it can make up for the missing vaccines.
The company is working with Emergent BioSolutions, which has a history of citations, as the AP reports.
J&J says it is still on track to deliver 24 million vaccine doses next month.