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The Food and Drug Administration approved a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use Feb. 27, giving the United State a third vaccine option to combat the virus, according to reports from The Associated Press.

The J&J vaccine is a single shot unlike the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine, which require two doses.

During a press conference on Feb. 25, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said the state is expecting to receive 91,000 doses of the J&J vaccine after its approval.

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