FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 19, 2021 HEALTH DEPARTMENT GIVES UPDATED INFORMATION ABOUT VACCINE AVAILABILITY The Princeton Health Department is currently experiencing a high volume of calls and emails pertaining to the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine. At this time, there are some important developments that are going to slow the process of distributing the vaccine. […]
There has been much in the news about the process of getting vaccinated to protect from COVID-19 disease and local efforts to deliver the vaccine. The rollout, on a national scale has encountered some supply chain and other logistical issues, but locally, on our smaller scale, things are progressing well. This is the first of what will be regular updates on the vaccination process in here in NJ, Mercer County, and the Municipality of Princeton. These early stages of the distribution process among the healthcare workers will no doubt provide data and information that will lead to a smoother, better process in the coming months as we work through the phases of distribution.
Were it not been for the leadership of Mayor Liz Lempert, princetoncovid.org would not exist. She brought together three cornerstone organizations — municipal government, Princeton Public Library and Princeton Public Schools — to collaborate during an unprecedented time for our community. We are grateful for her longtime service to Princeton and wish her the best […]