Homebound residents can make appointments for in-home vaccinations

The state has roughly 11,000 homebound residents and Gov. Phil Murphy says at least 7,000 have received a vaccination at home thanks to a partnership between local health departments and health agencies.

The state is starting to centralize vaccination options for homebound residents. Caregivers and families can call a hotline to schedule an in-home vaccination appointment or request one online at a new state website.

For more information on the call center and new website visit: Coronavirus in NJ | NJ Spotlight News

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