‘Shot and a Beer.’ New Jersey launches new vaccine incentive program

Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine has been slowing down, with only about 22,000 first shots given out on Saturday and Sunday.

News 12 Staff

May 3, 2021, 9:40 PM

Updated 1,117 days ago

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‘Shot and a Beer.’ New Jersey launches new vaccine incentive program
Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine has been slowing down, with only about 22,000 first shots given out on Saturday and Sunday.
State officials are hoping that more people will go out to get the vaccine in May. They have created the “A Shot and a Beer” initiative to help.
Anyone who is 21 years old or older who gets their first dose of the vaccine in May can bring their vaccine card to one of 13 participating breweries and get a free beer. The breweries are located across the Garden State.
VACCINE INFORMATION: Check to see if you are eligible
APPOINTMENT INFORMATION: Where and how to get vaccinated
SEARCH FOR A CURE: Statistics and State Resources
New Jersey has currently administered 7.1 million doses of the vaccine. More than 3.1 million New Jersey residents are now fully vaccinated.


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