New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) spoke at a coronavirus press conference in Trenton, New Jersey.
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Governor Phil Murphy said on Friday that New Jersey had achieved its goal of immunizing more than 4.7 million people who live, work and study in the state about two weeks before the original target date of June 30. Stated.
Milestones come after aggressive vaccination campaigns, including knocking on doors and incentives for state residents, such as: Free beer, Free pass to state park, free wine, and even dinner with Murphy and his wife.
The state also exceeds President Joe Biden’s goal of delivering at least one bullet to all adults by Independence Day. According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state administers at least one dose to about 77% of adults.
“Thanks to you, the millions of people who have made progress to protect yourself, your family, and our community, we are now proud to announce that we have exceeded our original goals. I think at a press conference.
Outbreaks in New Jersey peaked in January with an average of over 6,000 new cases per day for the seven days, but have since settled to an average of about 260 cases per day over the past week. Since the start of data collection, New Jersey has recorded more than 1 million Covid cases and 26,000 Covid deaths.
Covid’s deaths in the state peaked in April 2020, with an average of 345 deaths per day over a seven-day period. Since then, that number has dropped to an average of 6 deaths per day.
Status Rebelled before A CDC recommendation that allows vaccinated individuals not to wear masks indoors, but adopted the CDC guidelines two weeks later.
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New Jersey has fully vaccinated 4.7 million people, says Governor Murphy
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