In the News: Cooper Administers COVID-19 Vaccine to Employees, Among First Hospitals in New Jersey

On Tuesday, December 15, 2020, Cooper University Health Care became one of the first hospitals in the region to begin COVID-19 vaccinations. Find news coverage at the links below:

KYW News Radio

Cooper University Hospital employees receive first COVID vaccinations in South Jersey – Courier-Post (and regional Gannett newspapers including Daily Journal and Burlington County Times)

Regional Stories

Americans willing to take coronavirus vaccine, but some want to wait, according to poll – Philadelphia Inquirer

Cooper Among First NJ Hospitals To Get Coronavirus Vaccine – Patch.com

South Jersey will see first COVID vaccinations this week – Burlington County Times

First coronavirus vaccines are administered in Pa. and U.S., with thousands more on their way, as nation’s death toll hits 300,000 – Philadelphia Inquirer

Governor Murphy Marks Historic Beginning of New Jersey’s COVID-19 Vaccination Effort at University Hospital’s Vaccine Clinic at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School – InsiderNJ

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