BALTIMORE — This weekend, Baltimore County's mass vaccination site in Timonium will host its first state-supported clinic.
This, as the state experiences a decrease in doses from Johnson & Johnson. Governor Larry Hogan says he already expected about 80,000 fewer doses from the company.
"We found out today that thats going to continue for at least a couple more weeks. Maybe a quarter million doses short and that's really difficult when you've got 3,000 points of distribution all counting on more doses," said Hogan.
On Sunday, 5,000 Johnson & Johnson doses will be given out.
Meanwhile, more than a third of Baltimore County residents have received their first dose.