All six of New Jersey’s coronavirus vaccine mega sites are offering walk-in vaccinations starting Thursday and going forward, state officials said.
“From now on, all six N.J. megasites are offering walk-in vaccinations,” the state Department of Health announced on social media. “You do NOT need an appointment to get vaccinated at these sites, and you do not need to be a resident of a specific county to get vaccinated at that county’s megasite.”
No appointment is needed at any of the sites. They are located at:
- Atlantic City Convention Center, 1 Convention Boulevard, Atlantic City
- Bergen County at 1 Racetrack Drive, East Rutherford
- Burlington County at 400 Route 38, Moorestown
- Gloucester County at Rowan College of South Jersey, 1400 Tanyard Road, Sewell
- Middlesex County at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center, 97 Sunfield Ave. Edison
- Morris County at 301 Mount Hope Ave., Rockaway.
Anyone 16 and older living, working or studying in New Jersey is eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
Nearly 3 million people have been fully vaccinated in New Jersey as of Thursday — roughly 43% of the state’s 6.9 million adults. The state’s goal is to have 70% of the state’s eligible population — about 4.7 million people — vaccinated by the end of June. Nearly 4.2 million people — about 61% of adults — have received at least one vaccine dose.
Many other vaccine sites have started offering shots without appointments as the supply is starting to balance with demand. For a full list of vaccine locations, including supermarkets, pharmacies and medical centers, visit New Jersey’s vaccine finder.
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