U.S. to Deliver Fewer Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Next Week

CDC data shows 785,500 doses will be allocated to states.

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- The US is reducing the number of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines delivered to states next week. CDC data shows about 785,000 doses will be allocated, compared to nearly 5 million this week. The New York Times reported last week that a production facility in Baltimore ruined 15 million J&J vaccines after mixing up the wrong ingredients. J&J has said it expects to deliver 100 million shots to the government by the end of May.