Cities most and least vaccinated against COVID-19 in New Jersey, county by county
New Jersey had reported just under 4 million people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 statewide as of Thursday, heading into the last week of May.
The long-established goal of reaching 4.7 million fully immunized adults by the end of June.
Tavistock, a borough in Camden County, has only 9% of its residents fully vaccinated – but that’s among a population of 11 people, in total (which equates to one person).
More alarming, then, is the second-lowest rate in the county – the town of Camden, with just 20% of its over 73,000 residents fully vaccinated.
Here is a list of the most and least vaccinated communities in the 21 counties.
Cities most and least vaccinated against COVID in NJ, by county
New Jersey has reported just under 4 million people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 statewide as the last week of May approaches. So how does this break down across the 21 counties?
And how can some communities have an immunization rate above 100%, according to state data? Reasons include people who have moved, those who travel and do not reside at the home where the census enumerated them, students who may choose their school residence for immunization data, and people in long-term care facilities. (or other residential accommodation) among other reasons, as explained in a footnote on the state’s COVID dashboard.
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