TRENTON, N.J. – For those New Jerseyans who have received the first Covid-19 vaccine dose, there’s another wave of confusion about how to get the second dose within the recommended time frame.
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is calling for Legislative hearings to fix the problem.
“This is worse than poor planning, this is inexcusable,” said Bramnick (R-Union). “No one should get their first dose without certainty that they will be able to receive their second. The Legislature should hold a hearing immediately to get to the bottom of this and fix the problem.”
In a report published Monday by NJ Advance Media, Gloucester County said people who received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine administered at the Rowan College of South Jersey mega site in Sewell are currently not able to book an appointment for a second dose.