N.J. in Line for Emergency Use COVID Vaccine

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Pfizer, Inc. has applied to the Food and Drug Administration for emergency authorization to distribute a COVID vaccine. Upon approval, Governor Phil Murphy says New Jersey could receive 460,000 doses by early January. The vaccine requires two doses 21-days apart and will be offered to health care workers in the first phase of the State's Vaccine Implementation Plan.
Click here to hear John Sarno's briefing on the State's Vaccine Implementation Plan and what employers need to know (recorded on Nov. 12th)