FLORIDA – If you were hoping to get Johnson & Johnson’s one-time vaccine, you will probably have to wait a little longer.
What you need to know
- Governor DeSantis Announced No New Shipments of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Arrive in Florida
- He said it could be weeks or more before the state receives more injections from J&J.
- DeSantis urges Floridians to go ahead and get the vaccines that are available to you
- Florida Coronavirus Vaccine: Your Questions Answered
While there are still doses of Moderna and Pfizer, Governor Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday that the supply of vaccines arriving in Florida is shrinking, and the state no longer receives large increases with each supply that enters.
At this time, the state is not receiving any new shipments of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Governor DeSantis said it could be weeks before Florida receives more injections from J&J.
“We don’t have any more J&J in the foreseeable future. For the next two or three weeks we are not anticipating any new J&J, and I don’t know what the problem is with that, I hope we have more of that soon.
Governor DeSantis urges Floridians not to wait for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. He said go ahead and get the opportunity you have available.
He said people who get vaccinated now may be able to get both shots of the other types of vaccines before the J&J vaccine becomes available again in Florida.