There are no Johnson & Johnson vaccines with the Orlando Salvation Army today, but residents can still pick up a week’s worth of groceries – Central Florida News
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No vaccines are being distributed at the Salvation Army vaccination site in Orlando today.
The website typically distributes 250 Johnson & Johnson vaccines in the men’s shelter parking lot every Tuesday at 9 a.m.
This morning the FDA and CDC recommended a “break” in using Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of blood clots.
The Orlando Salvation Army will hold another food distribution event starting at 1pm today.
Residents can collect groceries safely and contactlessly for a week.
Read more about the recent J&J vaccine investigation here.