Oklahoma to receive 31,500 doses of J&J COVID-19 vaccine during first shipment, officials say – KOCO Oklahoma City

WHEN IT COMES TO NEW CASES THE STATE REPORTING JUST 380 NEW CASES, death TOLL TWO 4478. WHICH DROPS OUR 7-DAY AVERAGE TO ITS LOWEST LEVEL SINCE AUGUST. TODAY WE SHOULD GET A BETTER SENSE OF THE IMPACT THE WINTER WEATHER HAS HAD ON COVID REPORTING. MORE THAN OKLAHOMANS OR ABOUT 688,000 17% OF OUR STATE HAS GOTTEN AT LEAST ONE DOSE OF THE COVID VACCINE. THATS ACCORDING TO THE CDC. JESSICA TONIGHT, WE KNOW MORE: THAN 31,000 DOSES OF THE NEWLY APPROVED JOHNSON & & JOHNSON VACCINE ARE SLATED TO ARRIVE IN OUR STATE LATER THIS WEEK. ITS THE SINGLE DOSE VACCINE. THAT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE STORED IN ULTRA COLD OR FREEZING TEMPERATURES. KEITH IN FACT IT CAN BE STORED: AT STANDARD REFRIGERATED TEMPERATURES FOR UP TO THREE MONTHS. WHILE THIS VACCINE IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL OKLAHOMANS, IT ALSO CREATES A LOT OF NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR US IN TERMS OF STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION

Oklahoma to get 31,500 doses of J&J COVID-19 vaccine during very first shipment, authorities state

Upgraded: 5:49 PM CST Mar 1, 2021

Authorities with the Oklahoma State Department of Health held a news conference Monday to talk about and address questions about updates on COVID-19 vaccine distribution.During the news conference, they stated Oklahoma will receive 31,500 doses of the recently approved Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine during the first shipment. They added that the delivery is anticipated to arrive later on today, and the first dosages will be administered quickly after.” The approval of the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine for emergency situation usage provides an interesting chance for our state as we continue to get Oklahomans vaccinated as quickly and effectively as possible,” Oklahoma Health Commissioner Lance Frye said soon after Johnson and Johnsons vaccine was given emergency use authorization. “This vaccine, like the formerly approved Pfizer and Moderna choices, is safe to use and will secure Oklahomans from severe cases of COVID-19. It has actually gone through extensive testing that has revealed it will restrict hospitalizations and avoid deaths from COVID-19.”

MORE THAN OKLAHOMANS OR ABOUT 688,000 17% OF OUR STATE HAS GOTTEN AT LEAST ONE DOSE OF THE COVID VACCINE. Authorities with the Oklahoma State Department of Health held a news conference Monday to go over and answer concerns about updates on COVID-19 vaccine distribution.During the news conference, they stated Oklahoma will receive 31,500 dosages of the freshly authorized Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine during the very first delivery.” The approval of the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine for emergency situation use offers an exciting opportunity for our state as we continue to get Oklahomans immunized as quickly and effectively as possible,” Oklahoma Health Commissioner Lance Frye said shortly after Johnson and Johnsons vaccine was granted emergency use authorization.” The approval of the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine for emergency use offers an interesting opportunity for our state as we continue to get Oklahomans immunized as quickly and efficiently as possible,” Oklahoma Health Commissioner Lance Frye said shortly after Johnson and Johnsons vaccine was given emergency situation usage authorization.

OKLAHOMA CITY– Authorities with the Oklahoma State Department of Health held a press conference Monday to go over and answer concerns about updates on COVID-19 vaccine distribution.During the press conference, they said Oklahoma will get 31,500 dosages of the recently authorized Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine throughout the very first shipment. They included that the shipment is expected to arrive later this week, and the first dosages will be administered soon after.
” The approval of the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine for emergency use supplies an amazing chance for our state as we continue to get Oklahomans vaccinated as rapidly and effectively as possible,” Oklahoma Health Commissioner Lance Frye stated shortly after Johnson and Johnsons vaccine was approved emergency situation use authorization. “This vaccine, like the formerly approved Pfizer and Moderna choices, is safe to use and will safeguard Oklahomans from severe cases of COVID-19. It has actually gone through comprehensive testing that has actually shown it will limit hospitalizations and prevent deaths from COVID-19.”