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Public health officials across the country are trying to figure out how to get hundreds of thousands of Johnson & Johnson vaccines into people before they expire in a few weeks. From member station WCPN ideastream in Cleveland, here's Anna Huntsman.

ANNA HUNTSMAN, BYLINE: Here in Ohio, hospitals and health departments are trying to distribute about 200,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine set to expire on June 23. In Summit County in the northeast part of the state, Health Commissioner Donna Skoda says they still have 2,000 doses remaining.

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