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TEANECK — Bergen County residents ages 65 and older began receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Teaneck on Wednesday, a day ahead of Gov. Phil Murphy's schedule to widen eligibility for the shot.

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After receiving a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine recipients are observed for fifteen minutes at the Holy Name Medical Center mass vaccination site located at the Rhoda Community Center in Teaneck on January 13, 2021. AMY NEWMAN, NORTHJERSEY.COM/ USA TODAY NETWORK

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TEANECK, NJ — Bergen County police officers have begun receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at Holy Name Medical Center as the state creeps slowly in Category 1B of its rollout plan.

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200 Bergen County residents were vaccinated today at this site. WNBC’s Reporter Sarah Wallace takes an inside look and discovers more about the distribution process.

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Los residentes de Nueva Jersey de 65 años o más, y cualquier persona de 16 a 64 con afecciones médicas crónicas podrán obtener la vacuna partir partir del jueves.

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TEANECK, NJ — The Richard Rodda Community Center has repurposed their gyms, turning them from basketball courts to a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

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In the Rodda Community Center in Teaneck, Holy Name Medical Center distributes COVID-19 vaccinations to first responders and police officers.

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In the Rodda Community Center in Teaneck, Holy Name Medical Center distributes COVID-19 vaccinations to first responders, firefighters and police officers.

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To say Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck learned several painful lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic could be an understatement. The 361-bed hospital, less than nine miles out of New York City, was widely considered ground zero for the first of the outbreaks across New Jersey in March. But Mike bed hospital, less than nine miles out of New York City, was widely considered ground zero for the first of the outbreaks across New Jersey in March. But Mike Maron, Holy Name’s chief executive officer, said he thinks that experience gives the hospital a unique edge: the staff bore some some some of the worst of the first wave and survived.

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