TAMPA, Fla. — According to data from the Centers For Disease Control, the popular Johnson & Johnson one-dose COVID-19 vaccine may be in short supply across Florida next week.
Weekly data numbers indicate Florida will only received 37,000 doses of the J & J vaccine, down from more than 313,000 shots that were available this week.
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The other two vaccines being distributed statewide, Pfizer and Moderna, are relatively unchanged as far as availability and number of vaccines being shipped compared to this week.
Ten pop-up sites across the Tampa area are still being advertised next week that will have the J & J vaccine available, but residents are encouraged to call ahead and make sure the sites will have enough of the J & J vaccine.
Officials at the Tampa Greyhound Track vaccination site said they still plan on distributing the allotted 3,000 doses per day.
On Thursday, there will be two pop-up vaccine sites, at Tampa’s Copeland Park and at the New Tampa Community Park.
For more on the pop-sites scheduled for next week in the Tampa area, visit https://www.tampa.gov/document/free-covid-19-vaccines-available-67836