NJ launches J&J COVID vaccine in communities of color
Clip: 03/05/2021 | 3m 53s | Video has closed captioning.
NJ shipped its first tranche of more than 70,000 J&J COVID vaccine doses to churches, senior centers and homeless shelters across the state and Friday hundreds of those shots went into the arms of Black and brown residents. People of color have gotten vaccinated against COVID at much lower rates and Gov. Murphy's targeting communities of color with J&J's single-dose, easy-to-store vaccine.
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