For eight months, Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration has focused on what seemed at times like an insurmountable achievement: vaccinating 4.7 million residents — or 70% of eligible adults — against the coronavirus. As that goal nears, with more than 4 million residents fully vaccinated, some experts said the state should keep its foot on the gas, pushing forward until as many people as possible are immunized against COVID-19. “There is no magic number,” said Dr. Martin Blaser, a professor at Rutgers’ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), in New Brunswick, and director of the university’s Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine. To read the full story.