The variety of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine photographs allotted to states and different jurisdictions by the federal authorities is anticipated to drop 84% subsequent week, in accordance with information from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This week, practically 5 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been allotted to states and different jurisdictions, however solely about 785,000 are slated for subsequent week.
Allocations of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines for subsequent week, nevertheless, will stay regular in comparison with this week. About 4.7 million first doses of Pfizer and three.5 million first doses of Moderna have been allotted for subsequent week, together with corresponding second doses.
Allocations of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines have been largely constant week to week. However, weekly allocations of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have diverse broadly.
According to information from the CDC, the primary allocation of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine – for the week of March 1 – included greater than 2.8 million doses. There are not any allocations of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine logged for the week of March 8, and allocations dropped to lower than 500,000 doses for the 2 following weeks. Then, for the week of March 29, allocations jumped to almost 2 million, earlier than greater than doubling for this week.
Here are the full allocations for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to states and different jurisdictions every week, in accordance with information from the CDC:
- Week of March 1(*13*): 2,833,400
- Week of March 8(*13*): none
- Week of March 15(*13*): 493,700
- Week of March 22(*13*): 389,900
- Week of March 29(*13*): 1,911,200
- Week of April 5(*13*): 4,947,500
- Week of April 12(*13*): 785,500
About 4.5 million individuals have been vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, accounting for about 7% of people who find themselves absolutely vaccinated within the US, in accordance with the newest information from the CDC.