CVS added more than 100 more New Jersey locations where residents can sign up for a COVID vaccine appointment on Friday, according to a spokeswoman.
“Select CVS Pharmacy locations in the 17 states in which CVS Pharmacy is already administering vaccines as part of the Federal Pharmacy Program received the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine this past week,” spokeswoman Tara Burke said. “Scheduling for the Janssen vaccine, which requires only one dose, began on cvs.com today and shots will be administered beginning tomorrow.”
She did not say how many Johnson & Johnson doses New Jersey is receiving.
People who sign up will be given an appointment for either the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine, depending on availability, she said. Each store will only have one type of vaccine, she said.
The company also has a customer service line at (800) 746-7287 for those without internet access.
No walk-in vaccines will be provided, it said.
When you go to the website, you will see a map that highlights the different states where vaccines are available. When you select New Jersey, you can page down in the pop-up box to see a complete list of the locations.
If you click “Schedule your appointment now,” it will take you to a waiting room that automatically refreshes. When it’s your turn, it will ask you to complete a screening form. You need to answer whether whether you’ve tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days, whether you have been close to someone else who has tested positive and whether you have COVID symptoms.