NJ’s coronavirus vaccine plan starts with building public’s trust

Latest FDU poll shows more than a third of NJ residents don’t trust a COVID-19 vaccine

State officials released a plan to vaccinate 70% of residents against COVID-19 with millions of doses given over six months once a vaccine is available. It’ll be a huge and expensive logistical undertaking, and its success hinges on gaining people’s trust in a vaccine that many perceive might’ve been rushed through clinical trials. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan reports.