Univision 41 News Brief: Trabajadores de las guarderías de NJ deben vacunarse contra el COVID-19

Los trabajadores de las guarderías de Nueva Jersey deben vacunarse contra el COVID-19 antes del primero de Noviembre, o presentar la prueba al menos una o dos veces por semana.

News 12 Staff

Sep 21, 2021, 12:41 PM

Updated 937 days ago

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Los trabajadores de las guarderías de Nueva Jersey deben vacunarse contra el COVID-19 antes del primero de Noviembre, o presentar la prueba al menos una o dos veces por semana.
Pfizer asegura que su vacuna es efectiva y segura para menores, tambien solicita la autorizacion de la FDA para aplicar la dosis antes de Halloween.
Los senadores Chuck Schumer y Bob Menéndez se unen a organizaciones pro-inmigrantes en el viaje de hoy a la capital de la nación para presionar la aprobación de la reforma migratoria.


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