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Florida reports 7,886 new cases as FEMA sites, mobile clinics prepare for fewer J&J doses

ORLANDO, Fla. – As state vaccination efforts continue, data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows Florida will receive about 276,000 fewer doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine next week compared to this week’s allocation.

Despite the cut of J&J single-dose vaccines, officials with the Florida Division of Emergency Management said they do not believe the fewer doses will impact overall vaccination efforts as this vaccine is primarily used by FEMA-backed vaccine sites and one-day mobile vaccination clinics. [TRENDING: Some vaccines more effective than others? | Ranking Disney World rides: Here’s the list | DeSantis gets J&J jab] FEMA-backed vaccination sites made the switch to administering J&J doses

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