Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine May Be In ND By March

(Fargo, ND) — Doses of the COVID vaccine from Johnson and Johnson could hit North Dakota by next month. The brand applied for emergency authorization of the vaccine earlier last week and the FDA will now decide if it is approved. North Dakota State University Center for Immunization Research and Education Project Coordinator Kylie Hall says the FDA will meet on February 26th. If approved, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine could come to North Dakota as early as March.

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