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Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine allotment will be ‘relatively low’ until Baltimore plant that ruined doses gets FDA approval

April 9, 2021

Maryland health officials expect to see a drastic reduction in the state’s allocation of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine next week — a shortfall that will lead to a 33% drop overall in the availability of first- or single-dose vaccines compared to this week, officials said. The state will have 78,000 fewer than expected doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine next week, Maryland Health Department spokesman Charles Gischlar said Thursday.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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