Toms River police, ems, firefighters, hospital workers will get first COVID-19 vaccines Toms River Mayor Hill says


TOMS RIVER, NJ – Toms River Mayor Maurice Hill said on Tuesday that a plan has been established to give the township’s hospital workers, fire firefighters, EMT’s and police officers the first rounds of COVID-19 vaccines.  Hill said the first doses will be given to hospital workers around December 20th.  Three weeks later, the township’s next batch of vaccines will be given to the township’s frontline workers.  Hill said future vaccines will then be provided to higher-risk individuals within the community in 2021.


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