The state administered more than 60,000 total first and second vaccine doses last week.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia expects to receive a surge in coronavirus vaccine doses this week after a one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine gained federal emergency use authorization.

The state expects 15,500 doses from Johnson & Johnson. Gov. Jim Justice said Monday that on top of the state’s allocation of vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, there will be 93,000 total doses this week.

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There were 39 deaths reported last week, the first time with fewer than 40 deaths reported statewide since late October.

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The state reported no additional deaths Monday.

The state administered more than 60,000 total first and second doses last week.

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