Still no COVID-19 vaccine supplies for local pharmacies in NJ

State health leaders are still aiming to vaccinate about two-thirds of New Jersey’s adult population against COVID-19 by the summer. Among those ready to help are local pharmacists who have retrofitted their stores and bought refrigeration systems to house the vaccines.

But nearly four months into the state vaccination program, local pharmacists have yet to be allocated a supply of vaccine — this as more and more residents say they’d feel more comfortable getting their vaccinations at the local pharmacy than at a vaccine mega-site.

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