PRINCETON, NJ - Penn Medicine Princeton, which was registering for the vaccine, announced Wednesday night that they’ve "exceeded" their capacity.
The hospital was one of the few sites near Princeton Township offering the the COVID-19 vaccine.
“At this time our requests for appointments for the COVID-19 Vaccine have exceeded our current supply,” the medical group said in statement on Facebook.
They said all requests for appointments submitted via the web form were added to their list. Once an appointment is available, calls will be made to qualifying individuals.
The group said “some requests may not receive a callback until our next supply is issued.”
It might take even take weeks for individuals to receive a call back due to a shortage of vaccines.
"We are committed to serving our community and hope to receive more doses of COVID19 vaccine soon.”
Everyone who is eligible to receive the vaccine should register on the state’s site at https://covidvaccine.nj.gov.
Meanwhile the township received around 500 vaccines fir its second dose clinic to be held Feb. 19.
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