The governor received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine Friday while touring the state’s vaccination mega-site in Atlantic City.READ MORE: CDC Announces New Mask Guidance For People Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19
First Lady Tammy Murphy also received her first dose.
In a tweet, she said she was “filled with hope and gratitude.”
Today, as I received my first dose of the #COVID19 vaccine, I was filled with hope and gratitude.⁰⁰Hope – for the brighter days ahead.⁰⁰Gratitude – for the scientists, researchers, health care heroes, @NJNationalGuard members, and so many others who made this moment possible. pic.twitter.com/k09ePEoSXX
— Tammy Murphy (@FirstLadyNJ) April 9, 2021
As of Friday morning, over 5 million COVID vaccine doses have been administered in New Jersey and over 2 million residents are now fully vaccinated.READ MORE: COVID 'Breakthroughs': CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Explains Why Some Fully Vaccinated People Still Test Positive
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- Connecticut book online here
Today, I received my first dose of the #COVID19 vaccine.
When vaccine eligibility expands to all New Jerseyans age 16+ on April 19th, I urge you to roll up your sleeve.
Let’s save lives, defeat this pandemic, and move forward – together. pic.twitter.com/4QonAD5CyQ
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) April 9, 2021
Eligibility expands to include all New Jersey residents over age 16 on April 19.MORE NEWS: Some Parents, School Officials On Long Island Want COVID Restrictions Eased For In-Person Graduations
The governor tweeted, “I urge you to roll up your sleeve. Let’s save lives, defeat this pandemic, and move forward – together.”