TOMS RIVER, NJ – The Ocean County Health Department today announced it has available appointments to their drive through COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
“OCHD vaccination clinic appointment page currently open – still a few appointments available! (updated 12:54pm).” the OCHD said. “The COVID-19 vaccination clinic appointment page is currently open for a short window of time this morning or until all available appointments become booked.”
Due to the extreme shortage of vaccine, appointments will be limited and available only on a first come first-served basis.
To schedule an appointment please visit www.ochd.org.
“Please note that the OCHD has reserved a specific amount of vaccine for our senior residents over 65. During this difficult time, we understand everyone’s urgency in wanting to get vaccinated as soon as possible,” the OCSH said. “Unfortunately, the national vaccine supply currently remains limited. New Jersey’s allotments of COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government are increasing gradually, but millions of people are searching for a limited number of appointments in the state.”
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