Maryland remains among the nation’s leaders in administering the new Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, according to a report Tuesday afternoon from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Maryland ranks second among states in the number of Johnson & Johnson doses administered, trailing only New York, which has received almost three times as many doses of the single-dose vaccine. Only Iowa has administered a greater percentage of the Johnson & Johnson doses it has been allocated than Maryland, which has received the 17th most doses of the Baltimore-made vaccine.
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March 11, 2021