You can add 34 Sam’s Club and Walmart stores to the list of stores offering a COVID-19 vaccine.

They join CVS, Rite Aid, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop and Walgreens as chains where at least one of the three vaccines is available. More than 2.7 million doses were administered statewide on Thursday, according to the state’s COVID-19 dashboard, putting the state halfway on its goal of vaccinating 4.7 million adults by June.

The channel will offer the Moderna vaccine and with appointments made through the state’s website. Patients 65 and older can make an appointment by calling their local Walmart or Sam’s Club pharmacy or by calling the New Jersey senior hotline at 856-249-7007.

Target also announced that it has partnered with CVS to offer COVID-19 vaccines at some of the chain’s in-store pharmacies to those who are eligible, as supply permits.

“Vaccinations will be by appointment only and we want to encourage eligible patients to use our online scheduling tool to find a location they have access to,” a Target spokesperson said, declining to specify which stores Target in the state were added. listing nearly 160 CVS locations in NJ administering hits.

The 34 Walmart and Sam’s Club branches:

Atlantic County:

    • Township of Egg Harbor: 6801 Black Horse Pike, Phone: (609) 415-6352
    • Hammonton: 55 White Horse Pike, phone: (609) 567-8200
    • Hamilton (Mays Landing): 4620 Black Horse Pike, Phone: (609) 625-4411
    • Pleasantville (Sam’s Club): 1025 Black Horse Pike, Phone: (609) 485-2047

Burlington County:

    • Cinnaminson (Sam’s Club): 2501, route 130, phone: (856) 303-2105
    • Cinnaminson: 2501 Route 130 S, Phone: (856) 303-2127
    • Burlington: 2106 Mount Holly Road, Phone: (609) 239-2679
    • Lumberton: 1740 Route 38, Phone: (609) 702-7999
    • Marlton Section of Evesham Township: 150 Route 70, Phone: (856) 988-1982
    • Mont Laurel: 934, route 73, telephone: (856) 372-6135

Camden County:

    • Audubon: 130 Black Horse Pike, phone: (856) 310-1519
    • Cherry Hill: 500 Route 38, Phone: (856) 665-7180
    • Somerdale: 1 Coopertowne Blvd, Phone: (856) 545-9074
    • West Berlin section of the canton of Berlin: 265 Route 73, telephone: (856) 753-8838

Cape May County

    • Rio Grande Section of Middle Township: 3159 Route 9, Phone: (609) 465-4497

Cumberland County:

    • Bridgeton: 1130, route 77, telephone: (856) 453-0294
    • Millville: 2291 N 2nd St., Phone: (856) 825-6700
    • Vineland: 1070 West Landis Ave, Phone: (856) 205-9354

Gloucester County:

    • Deptford: 2000 Clements Bridge Road, Phone: (856) 384-6740
    • Deptford (Sam’s Club): 2000 Clements Bridge Rd Ste 116, Phone: (856) 853-7137
    • Washington Township Turnersville Section: 3501 Route 42, Phone: (856) 629-1010
    • Monroe Township Williamstown Section: 1840 S Black Horse Pike, Phone: (856) 629-1024
    • Monroe Township Williamstown Section (Sam’s Club): 2080 N Black Horse Pike, Phone: (856) 875-5841
    • Woodbury: 820 Cooper Street, Phone: (856) 686-1382

Hudson County:

    • Bayonne: 500 Bayonne Crossing Way, telephone: (201) 620-6512
    • Kearny: 150 Harrison Ave, Phone: (201) 955-0162
    • North Bergen: 2100 88th Street, Phone: (201) 758-2891
    • Secaucus: 400 Park Place, phone: (201) 325-9275
    • Secaucus (Sam’s Club): 300 Park Place, phone: (201) 974-0556

Monmouth County

    • Howell: 4900 Route 9, Phone: (732) 886-9111
    • Freehold: 326 West Main Street, Phone: (732) 780-3484
    • Freehold (Sam’s Club): 320 West Main Street, Phone: (732) 780-0734
    • Township of Neptune: 3575, route 66, telephone: (732) 918-0441

Salem County:

    • Pennsville: 709 S Broadway, Phone: (856) 935-0008

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at [email protected] or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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