CLOSE How “conspiracy theories” are working against the goal of getting Americans vaccinated for COVID-19. USA TODAYAs a federal advisory committee meets Wednesday to sign off on allowing one vaccine to go into adolescent arms, the White House reportedly said on a call that states won’t receive any doses for another next week.A new supply of Johnson & Johnson vaccines, which have faced production problems, wasn’t immediately available for ordering Tuesday, according to Politico. The vaccine output has been limited since its authorization in late February — and in April, federal health officials paused its use for 11 days after a rare blood-clotting disorder was associated with the shot.It all comes as the vaccination rush has slowed around the nation.President Joe Biden wants 70% of American adults at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July. That’s about what some experts say is needed to get the pandemic under control. Right now less than half of Americans have received at least one shot.But the Food and Drug Administration on Monday granted emergency use authorization to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children 12-15, and a few cities offered shots less than 24 hours later, but most are waiting for a federal advisory committee that meets Wednesday to sign off on the move.Also

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