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California expecting nearly 90% drop in J&J vaccines next week, leading to fewer first-shot appointments – The Mercury News

Doses will drop by about 15% in total next week, the state confirmed.

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California is expecting about 90% fewer Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses next week, marking a significant decrease in the total number of doses that will lead to fewer first-time appointments, even as the state expands eligibility to any resident over age 16 on April 15.
State health officials anticipate that allocations of all COVID-19 vaccines will drop by 367,000 doses next week to about 2 million total, down from about 2.4 million doses received this week, said California Department of Public…

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