The challenge is on to vaccinate New Jersey’s teachers

Gov. Murphy has promised ‘vaccination program that works best for our educators’

More than 2.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered statewide and those numbers are expected to jump significantly with more supply in the pipeline and pharmacies like CVS expanding their rollout. Gov. Phil Murphy announced recently that among those who will be eligible March 15 will be teachers.

But now that teachers have been added to the eligibility list, some local leaders question the state’s approach, as each city faces its own unique needs and obstacles. Correspondent Raven Santana reports.

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