COLUMBUS (WCMH) – A new COVID-19 vaccine will soon be available in central Ohio.
Although Columbus Public Health does not have an exact time, it expects to receive its first delivery of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Tuesday.
He hopes to start administering these vaccines on Wednesday at his vaccination clinic at the Ohio State Fairgrounds.
Columbus Public Health Commissioner Dr Mysheika Roberts said the Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be a game change when there is more supply available.
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The vaccine should be deployed in the same way as the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. The only difference is that people who get the new vaccine won’t have to make a second appointment.
Even though it is more practical because it’s just a dose, it’s a lot more limited supply at this time …
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