BALTIMORE (WJZ) — LifeBridge Health began vaccinating people with the new Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine on Thursday.

Robert Baker, a middle school physical education teacher from Baltimore County, was the first to get a shot in the arm.

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It was given out at the LifeBridge Health vaccine facility across from Northwest Hospital.

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The J&J vaccine is a single-dose shot.

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CBS Baltimore Staff