One of the six women who developed a rare blood clot after getting the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is from Pennsylvania.
ABC News confirmed on Thursday says she is a 26-year-old who is hospitalized in New Jersey, however, her specific residency in Pennsylvania is unknown.
Six of the seven million people who have received the J&J vaccine developed blood clots since its rollout earlier this year. One of the women has died.
While the government investigates this, the Janssen COVID vaccine is not being administered.
Pennsylvania will not give out the J&J vaccine until at least April 24.