UAlbany switching to Pfizer vaccine after J&J pause

Emily De Vito
Created: April 13, 2021 01:18 PM

ALBANY - The University at Albany had a Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic scheduled Tuesday for students and staff at the campus' SEFCU arena.

Around 1,300 vaccine doses were supposed to be given out.

The clinic is going on as planned, but Albany County will replace the Johnson & Johnson vaccine with the Pfizer vaccine.

Even though they had to change which vaccine students and staff would be getting, efforts on campus remain the same.

However, campus leaders note the vaccine is still not mandated.

See how close they think they might be to herd immunity by watching the video of Emily De Vito's story.

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