Why state’s mobile vaccination units have yet to hit the road

The Murphy administration’s long-planned effort to bring COVID-19 vaccines to homebound residents and vulnerable communities has been stuck in low gear. Mobile vaccine units — three vans dubbed “the triplets” by state health leaders — have yet to hit the road. They’re considered a key tool in the state’s overall immunization plan. So why haven’t they been deployed?

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