PHOTO RELEASE: Gottheimer Visits Sussex County COVID-19 Vaccination Site at Sussex Fairgrounds, Thanks Health Care Heroes, Discusses Vaccine Availability

Jan 29, 2021
Press


Above: Gottheimer visiting the Sussex Fairgrounds COVID-19 vaccination site with SussexCounty Administrator Gregory Poff this week.

AUGUSTA, NJ — This week, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) visited the SussexCounty Fairgrounds COVID-19 vaccination site to thank frontline health care workers with coffee and discuss what more resources are needed to expand vaccine availability, distribution, and deployment. Gottheimer was joined by Sussex County Administrator Gregory Poff.

“I want to thank all the staff and frontline health care workers at the Sussex County Fairgrounds vaccination site for not only administering the COVID-19 vaccine, but also for working tirelessly every day to make sure our community has all the resources and care they need,” said Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5). “It’s imperative that we continue to vaccinate everyone we possibly can, so that we can reopen our country, economy, and ultimately defeat this virus.”

For more information on where, how, and when New Jersey residents can get vaccinated, visit here

Below: Gottheimer coming to thank frontline health care workers in Sussex County with coffee this week.

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