This clinic will administer Covid-19 Johnson & Johnson vaccines between the hours of 9am-3pm to those eligible. Jackson residents 55+ years of age are eligible, no health insurance required.
Registration is necessary as there are a limited number of vaccines available at this time.
There are vaccine mega sites throughout Ocean County that I understand have been difficult to schedule an appointment with, so we have been working with the OC Health Department to get vaccines administered closer to home. With the increase in supply we were able to secure a pop-up clinic. As more vaccines become available we hope to work with the Ocean County Health Department to provide another J&J Clinic in town,” stated Mayor Mike Reina.
Please register by calling the Senior Center at 732-928-2313. If calling after hours, please leave a message and someone will return your call the next day. For those not interested in receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you may visit the Ocean County Health Department at www.ochd.org or by calling 732-330-5079 to learn about other vaccination sites.
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