Commissioner of Health Judy Persichilli voices concerns on ’60 Minutes’ about distributing coronavirus vaccine

New Jersey Commissioner of Health Judy Persichilli appeared on “60 Minutes” Sunday night, talking about her concerns about distributing a vaccine -- whenever that may be.
"My biggest fear is that we are dealing with a surge in our hospitals, in our emergency rooms when we are trying to vaccinate and the hospitals will have to spend their time taking care of people, and that will impact the staffing of vaccine sites within our hospitals, which we rely on."
Persichilli says the state could vaccinate between 60,000 and 80,000 people a day, and the state should get enough shots to vaccinate their target number – roughly 70% of adults in six months.
Persichilli does say she fears not enough people will show up to be get the vaccine.