Bergen County Stops Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines

By Naniyah McClain

Student Lifestyle Editor

Bergen County has made the decision to stop sharing COVID-19 vaccines with town health departments.

In Dec. 28, 2020, New Bridge Medical Center received 2,000 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccines were being distributed within Bergen County, MSN continued. 

State health department spokesperson Donna Leusner is in charge of counting the amount of vaccines and declared that out of the 1,000 vaccines that are supplied in Bergen County in a day, 400 are being distributed in Ridgewood alone.

“Vaccine supply is very limited so vaccination sites cannot be guaranteed specific allotments at this time,” Leusner said, according to

COVID-19 Numbers

The following is the latest COVID-19 cases for yesterday and today. 

There were 3,656 new positive COVID-19 cases in New Jersey bringing the state’s total to 736,330 with 395 new cases in Bergen County.

Fri. 2/12/2021Thurs. 2/11/2021
New Jersey736,330732,674
Bergen County71,37370,978

*Numbers according to Google Statistics.

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Bergen County Stops Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines.

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