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New Jersey gets 100,000 fewer doses of COVID vaccine

New Jersey gets 100,000 fewer doses of COVID vaccine
The Garden State is just one of many states that have found themselves on the short end of the vaccine stick

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> New Jersey will get almost 100,000 fewer doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine than the state had expected by the end of the year.That’s a shortfall of more than 20% New Jersey Gov.New Jersey is just one of many states that have found themselves on the short end of the vaccine stick as the federal Operation Warp Speed struggles to deliver millions of doses to the four corners of the nation.Most Read “We will not leave any stone unturned to get as much of those doses into New Jersey as fast as possible,” Murphy said.

Phil Murphy updates the state on the coronavirus pandemic during a press conference at the War Memorial in Trenton, N.Phil Murphy (D-N.

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