Bergenfield Secures 200 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccines for Homebound Residents

 

Bergenfield Secures 200 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccines for Homebound Residents

The Bergenfield Health Department will be administering the shots to seniors and residents with disabilities

 

BERGENFIELD, NJ — The Borough of Bergenfield has secured 200 Johnson & Johnson vaccines from the state that will be used for residents that are homebound. This will be in addition to the shots that are already being administered at Conlon Hall.

 

“It is outstanding that our Borough was able to get vaccines administered at Conlon Hall this week and I am thrilled that we will now be able to additionally help our senior and disabled residents that are homebound,” said Mayor Amatorio. “Bergenfield is continuing to lead the way in our response to COVID-19 and we will not stop working to get our residents vaccinated as quickly as possible.”

 

The Bergenfield Health Department will be administering the shots. If you would like to register a homebound resident, contact the Health Department by phone at 201-387-4055, extension 5 or by email at health@bergenfield.com.

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