In light of the FDA’s recommendation, several cities have announced that they will not be administering the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine today. If you are scheduled for the vaccine today you will want to call ahead to check the status in your city.
— U.S. FDA (@US_FDA) April 13, 2021
@CityOfDallas and the @VNATexas were scheduled to start in-home vaccinations today. The @US_FDA and the @CDCgov recommended postponing distributing Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to blood clotting incidents. The City will pause its in-home vaccine roll out until further notice.
— City of Dallas Office of Emergency Management (@DallasOEM) April 13, 2021
Due to today's announcement from the CDC and FDA regarding the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the City of Garland Health Department is canceling today's afternoon mass vaccination event at Johnson Stadium (originally scheduled for 1 to 3 p.m.).
— Garland Texas (@garlandtxgov) April 13, 2021
Due to the most recent federal guidance, the Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine will not be administered at the Community Vaccination Center at AT&T Stadium today. Pfizer second doses will still be available today to those who are due a second dose. pic.twitter.com/N6H8QIDK5y
— Arlington Fire Dept. (@ArlingtonTxFire) April 13, 2021