In New Jersey, you can get a vaccination appointment in person or by phone at a clinic that accepts the vaccine on a case-by-case basis.
There are no other options.
Here’s what you need to know.
Where can I get a New Jersey vaccination appointment?
The appointment is generally available on a computer or mobile device and can be obtained from a clinic or doctor’s office.
A doctor’s appointment is not required.
It may be possible to get an appointment at the local public library or the New Jersey State Library.
How can I find a doctor’s clinic or hospital to receive my vaccines?
There are many health care facilities that can be found to receive vaccinations in New York and New Jersey.
Some of these facilities may also have offices to schedule appointments.
It is best to call the clinic or health care provider to find out where to get your vaccinations in person.
The clinic or provider may also be able to schedule your vaccinations at a health center.
There is no appointment required.
How can I receive a New York vaccination appointment on a mobile phone?
If you can’t get an appointments in person, you may be able by calling your local health department.
They may have locations where you can receive your vaccines in person and arrange a time to be there.
How do I receive my New Jersey vaccine appointment by phone?
Phone calls to the New York State Vaccine Center are available from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
To schedule an appointment, call the New England Vaccine Coordination Center at (800) 486-3500.
If you have questions about getting vaccinated in New Mexico, please call the National Vaccine Advisory Committee at (505) 824-7355.