Short supply continues to slow COVID-19 vaccinations in NJ

Brian Gragnolati, CEO of Atlantic Health System, says it’s vital to get ‘a reliable flow of vaccines’

On Thursday, President Joe Biden called the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in the United States a “dismal failure thus far.” Promising that help is on the way, he kicked off Day One of a plan to give 100 million shots in the next 100 days.

As they struggle to keep up with demand for vaccines in New Jersey, state officials are hopeful the new Biden administration will increase capacity. Correspondent Michael Hill reports from one of the state’s newly-opened vaccine mega-sites, where  appointments are ready to be ramped up. The only thing missing is enough doses.