Maryland will receive fewer doses of Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine than expected this week — but the drop won’t affect scheduled appointments, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday. Hogan (R) said during a visit to the Federal Emergency Management Agency-run vaccination site in Greenbelt on Wednesday that his administration got some “very concerning news” from the White House on Tuesday night that the number of Johnson & Johnson doses states receive will be cut this week. That means Maryland will receive about 80,000 fewer Johnson & Johnson doses this week, he said. But he added that because of the FEMA site and slight increases in Pfizer and Moderna allocations, they will be able to keep all scheduled appointments.