Department of Health expects Georgia to receive approximately 83K doses of J&J vaccine in first week

Department of Health expects Georgia to receive approximately 83K doses of J&J vaccine in first week

ATLANTA, Ga. (WTXL) – Following approval for emergency use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine by the United States Food and Drug Administration, Governor Brian Kemp said the Department of Health of the state expected about 83,000 doses in the first week.

The governor issued a statement regarding the new vaccine.

“This effective single dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine will dramatically increase the state’s ability to vaccinate safely and effectively. more Georgians. The Georgia Department of Public Health expects approximately 83,000 doses to be available in the first week, and our goal is to have these vaccines administered as quickly as possible. “

Governor Brian Kemp

Johnson and Johnson said he expects 4 million doses of the vaccine to be ready to ship this week.

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