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NJ Hospital Gave Early COVID Vaccines to Donors, Executives’ Relatives: Report – NBC New York

A registry of vaccine recipients indicated that shots had gone to two longtime donors to the hospital and at least seven spouses and two adult children of…

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Some of the first people to get COVID-19 vaccinations at a New Jersey medical center were the relatives of top hospital executives and some of its trustees and donors, according to a published report.
The shots were administered by Hunterdon Medical Center in December and early January, at a time when only front-line health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities were eligible.
A registry of vaccine recipients, obtained by New Jersey 101.5 FM, indicated that shots had gone to two…

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