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Johnson & Johnson vaccine resumed in New York: When will we see it locally?

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been resumed at state sites across New York.

The vaccine was initially put on hold after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that out of nearly 8 million shots administered, 15 women developed blood clots.

Federal officials gave approval for the vaccine to resume on Friday, which ended a nearly two-week pause.

It’s not entirely clear right now how soon the vaccine will resume at county clinics across the region.

Those clinics have been running Moderna and Pfizer vaccines in their place.