COVID In New Jersey: State Allowing Residents 65 And Older, People With High-Risk Medical Conditions To Get Vaccine
TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey is expanding COVID vaccinations to include people over the age of 65 and those with chronic medical conditions. That will start Thursday.
Delaware is aiming to do the same soon, while Pennsylvania is still reviewing options.
Operation Warp Speed announced yesterday new guidance to vaccinate more people with the release of more supplies.
On Wednesday, New Jersey said it was moving forward to dramatically expand its vaccinations.
“We are now ready to begin to ramp up our vaccination efforts exponentially,” Murphy said.
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