Coronavirus New JerseyNJ COVID vaccine hesitancy drops, giving Gov. Murphy chance to reach 4.7M goalJune 3, 2021Publisher Only 16% said they are unwilling to get a COVID vaccine in NJ. The Rutgers’ poll indicated that 73% have already received at least one shot. Source link Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Related Topics47MChanceCOVIDdropsGivinggoalGovhesitancyMurphyNJ coronavirusreachvaccine Previous Article Coronavirus New Jersey NJ indoor mask mandate to be lifted by Gov. Murphy before Memorial Day weekend May 22, 2021Publisher View Post Next Article Coronavirus New Jersey Columbus Day Chaos Prompts Randolph to ‘Discover’ a Solution June 11, 2021Publisher View Post You May Also Like View Post NJ reaches Murphy's goal of 4.7 million vaccinated against COVID ahead of schedule June 19, 2021 View Post All-star panel: Return to office will be grand experiment June 15, 2021 View Post Columbus Day Chaos Prompts Randolph to ‘Discover’ a Solution June 11, 2021 View Post NJ indoor mask mandate to be lifted by Gov. Murphy before Memorial Day weekend May 22, 2021 View Post Hot4Robot To Hold Livestream Listening Party For New Album On May 19th May 14, 2021 View Post Live results: Day 1 of the NJSIAA wrestling championships at Phillipsburg High School April 24, 2021 View Post NJ mosques are open for Ramadan, but COVID-19 concerns remain April 12, 2021 View Post Barranco Stuns DeCroce at Morris GOP Convention March 27, 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.