New Jersey can expect the “first batch” of a coronavirus vaccine “maybe by the end of the year,” Gov. Phil Murphy said at his Monday briefing, adding that the timing of widespread distribution will depend on the availability of the vaccines and the distribution chain. “Obviously first and foremost we’ll go through vulnerable communities, front line health care workers but probably by spring to the broader population? That’s not forever, it’s just a matter of months,” Murphy said. To read the full story.
- Soaring Overdose Rates in the Pandemic Reflected Widening Racial Disparities
- Rutgers Will Conduct the Most Comprehensive Study Ever Done of High-Risk Children Newly Diagnosed With Type 1 Diabetes.
- A U.S.-Russia nuclear war could starve 5 billion to death, study says.
- ‘All of us are living with trauma’
- Association of Clinical and Translational Science Development Roundtable, September 21