NJ’s most & least COVID-19 vaccinated towns, county-by-county
New Jersey had reported just short of 4 million people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 statewide as of Thursday, heading into the last week of May.
The goal has long been determined to reach 4.7 million adults fully vaccinated 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, total (which works out to one person).
More alarming, then, is the next lowest rate in the county — the city of Camden, with just 20% of its more than 73,000 residents fully vaccinated.
The following is a breakdown of the most and least vaccinated communities in all 21 counties.