The Minnesota Health Department says the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine isn’t being administered in the state, and there are no set plans to begin again as of yet.   This comes after federal officials said that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the rare risks. Unused doses have been stored by providers since the pause went into effect over a few cases of rare blood clotting. Health officials say the federal supply of J&J vaccines is expected to pick back up in the weeks ahead.