By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Officials in Trenton are making sure people with mobility issues get their COVID-19 vaccine. Teams of health personnel set out Monday from Mott Elementary School to deliver in-home vaccinations to people in the South Ward area of Trenton.

Officials say the availability of 1,000 one-dose Johnson & Johnson shots makes this program possible.

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“So we’re excited about this rollout that we’re delivering vaccines to the residents of the City of Trenton,” Mayor Reed Gusciora said. ”

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City officials say they will continue to deliver vaccines to people in senior housing and other high-density housing locations in the coming weeks.

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“This is something that we were hoping to do because we know there are individuals who can’t come to our vaccination clinic,” Dr. Adela Ames-Lopez said. “We wanted to go to them and being vaccinated.”