PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — In New Jersey, there’s another push to vaccinate residents.

The city of Paterson announced it will use mobile units to give COVID shots to people who are hard to reach.

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The mobile units are currently being used for COVID testing.

City officials say they will now also bring the vaccines to residents as a way to increase access and address hesitancy.

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The mobile units will be distributing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

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CBSNewYork Team