Health care workers given COVID-19 vaccine after months of tirelessly fighting virus

Staffers at a hospital in New York City and a nursing home in New Jersey are given the COVID-19 vaccine. Nursing home residents, who are also vulnerable to the virus, eagerly await their turn.

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