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Montclair police blotter, Dec. 22

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COVID-19: New Jersey, other states see expected vaccine shipments decreased

Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said the state’s allotment of both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines has decreased from 492,075 doses to 392,800: a decrease of 20 percent, or 99,275 vaccines. 
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Montclair police blotter, Dec. 19

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Montclair doctor was one of the first to receive COVID vaccine

For Dr. Rovie Mesola of Montclair, getting the COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, Dec. 17, was both humbling and overwhelming.
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Animal safety: Raccoon bites dog

Sonia Rapaport's 3-year-old Portuguese water dog Teddy got in a scuffle with a raccoon yesterday. What to do if you're in a brawl.
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Montclair, county plan for vaccine rollout

Health care workers and long-term care residents will be the first to get vaccinated against the virus. New Jersey however has a goal to vaccinate 70 percent of adults over the next six months.
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Preparing for the future – Vaccines roll into New Jersey

The vaccine by Pfizer received emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration on Dec. 11. A second vaccine by Moderna is expected to be approved as well.
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COVID-19: First vaccines in New Jersey to be administered Dec. 15

Because the Moderna vaccine does not require deep-freeze storage, which the Pfizer vaccine does, more hospitals will be able to carry the Moderna vaccine. New Jersey could receive as many as 154,000 vaccines in Moderna’s first shipment. 
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Burnside Street residents seek relief from chronic flooding

Besides routine flooding from rainstorms, the street has been particularly vulnerable during major weather events, such as the August 2018 flood and, before that, Hurricane Floyd in September 1999. 
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COVID-19: Worst case scenario could see 12,000 new daily cases in mid-January

In a worst-case scenario, as many as 12,595 new cases could be reported on Jan. 14, with 8,747 people in the hospital. Of the hospital patients, 1,679 patients would be in intensive care, and 1,088 patients would be on ventilators.