SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – More vaccine doses and more locations are coming to Utah as the Johnson and Johnson dose prepares to make its debut.
The state recently partnered with Nomi Health, which “has committed to being able to give 35,000 doses a week and ramping that up to 50,000 doses a week in the next few weeks,” according to Dr. June Steely, the company’s medical director.
“I think there’s a lot we don’t know and won’t know because of the variants,” Steely said. “But things are going good. I share Gov. Cox’s optimism that we’ll be able to get back to something like normal this summer.”
Nomi Health currently has partnered with the Larry H. Miller Group to distribute the vaccines at Megaplex Theaters across the state. So far, they’re offering doses at the location in Vineyard, Lehi, South Jordan and West Valley City. On Thursday, they plan to expand to the location in Centerville, which will provide the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to those who are eligible.
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