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As boosters lag, NJ keeps pushing for more to get vaccinated

Clip: 02/02/2022 | 4m 32s

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From five mega-sites to local pop-up clinics and church-centered events, NJ health officials keep pushing COVID-19 jabs and boosters, though resistance is hardening among the 20%-25% who remain unvaccinated; about half of eligible residents have received a booster shot. The state expects a surge in vaccinations if Pfizer's vaccine for children in the 6-months through 5 years age range is approved.

Aired: 02/02/22 | Rating: NR

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