Paterson to begin vaccinating homebound residents for COVID in their homes

Coronavirus Update New Jersey
PATERSON, New Jersey (WABC) -- There is a plan to get more shots in arms in New Jersey, as Paterson focuses on residents who can't leave their homes.

The city plans to vaccinate homebound residents in the safety of their homes.

Mayor Andre Sayegh previously said the city will use the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine for this outreach.

A nurse and EMT will be the health care providers giving the shot to the homebound residents.

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