Johnson & Johnson Q2 contact lens sales down by 34.1%

Johnson & Johnson’s sales of contact lenses fell by 34.1 percent year-on-year in the second quarter to reach $554 million. At constant currency rates, revenues fell by 33.3 percent as the sale of contact lenses were negatively impact the Covid-19 pandemic that resulting in fewer new wearers coming to the ...

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