By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) – New Jersey is expanding its eligibility for those who can now get the COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning Monday, frontline essential workers who work in agriculture, food and warehouses, as well as clergy are now eligible to be vaccinated.

Those now eligible include:

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• Food production, agriculture, and food distribution;
• Eldercare and support;
• Warehousing and logistics;
• Social services support staff;
• Elections personnel;
• Hospitality;
• Medical supply chain;
• Postal and shipping services;
• Clergy; and,
• Judicial system.

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Vaccine eligibility in the Garden State will expand again next Monday, April 5.

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For more information about eligibility in New Jersey and to preregister, click here.