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Re: Jersey City is paying millions to company to operate COVID-19 sites
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Like Uncle Joe and Aunt Nancy say, "It's not costing us anything!!"

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As Jersey City pols question BeSpoke contract, Hudson County says company defaulted on deal

When Jersey City got rid of the first company it hired to administer coronavirus tests, a young company named BeSpoke Health stepped in with the promise of operating testing — and later vaccination — sites to save the day.

Nearly two years later, some Jersey City officials want detailed answers of how the the millions the city has paid the company was spent. And the Hudson County Board of Commissioners is set to officially declare that BeSpoke has defaulted in an agreement to supply personal protective equipment.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/03/besp ... tract-to-provide-ppe.html


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Jersey City is paying millions to company to operate COVID-19 sites. Jersey City councilmen want to know how it’s being spent.

A couple of Jersey City councilmen want to know how the company providing coronavirus vaccines and testing is spending the millions of dollars doled out by the city.

New York-based Bespoke Health was awarded a new annual contract for $15 million at the Jan. 12 city council meeting, but only after nearly half of the council expressed their reservations about the deal. The deal was approved with only Frank Gilmore voting against it.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/02/jers ... -how-its-being-spent.html


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