By Amaya Morales
New Jersey has added a new tool to their state website to help residents find vaccine appointments.
The Appointment Finder can be used to find appointments in each county, Patch.com reports.
The website allows residents to find appointments currently available in each county, according to nj.gov.
Due to high demand, appointment availability is limited and only those eligible to get a vaccine are able to book, nj.gov continues.
“This new tool aggregates information across multiple scheduling platforms, multiple times an hour letting you know when appointments are open and letting you know how you can make one for yourself,” said Gov. Phil Murphy at his COVID-19 briefing on Wednesday.
This app could help first responders, essential workers and individuals at high-risk receive the vaccine as soon as possible.
From yesterday to today, there was an increase of 4,529 positive cases in New Jersey, with 526 new cases from Bergen County.
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*Numbers according to Google Statistics.
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