NJ Transit prepares to vaccinate its frontline workers

NJ Transit’s own nurses will start administering vaccinations

In less than two weeks, hundreds of thousands more New Jersey residents will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. The expanded eligibility includes groups of public workers across critical industries, including New Jersey Transit, on which the pandemic has taken a big toll.

Workers have been waiting patiently for their spot in line, months after the agency became an approved state vaccine distributor, even developing its own vaccination sites and scheduling system. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan has the story.

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