New Jersey health commissioner warns parents to keep their unvaccinated children away from other unvaccinated children

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TRENTON, NJ – If your child is not vaccinated or too young to be vaccinated, New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli recommends they isolate away from the unvaccinated. That means your child, according to Persichilli should not closely interact with other children 5 and under or unvaccinated children and adults.

“For those too young to be vaccinated, it’s really important that they be surrounded with people who are vaccinated. Approximately 520,000 children under the age of five are not yet eligible for any COVID-19 vaccination. They are all at risk,” she said.

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