Dogs are helping calm some nervous NJ residents getting vaccines
Living through the COVID pandemic has produced a great deal of stress and anxiety for many New Jersey residents.
One group is offering a special kind of help at New Jersey’s vaccine mega site in Edison.
Michael Litterer, the director of prevention and recovery at the RWJBarnabas Health Institute for Prevention and Recovery, said through the Hope and Healing program for COVID-19 support, emotional support staff and therapy dogs are on hand to provide comfort and support to those being vaccinated.
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