U.S. states, including Maryland, could begin to get allocations of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine as early as next week, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday. During a news conference, Hogan said he spoke with officials from the White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tuesday morning, who said Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine candidate could receive emergency use authorization shortly. While they didn’t commit to begin shipping vaccines next week, Hogan said officials told him they have around two million doses ready to ship.
States Could Begin To Get Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Allocations As Soon As Next Week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says
February 24, 2021