Lacey Township residents if you plan on getting vaccinated at the Lanoka Harbor Fire House vaccination event, details are below. Lacey Township Residents Only, please.

PLEASE schedule an appointment through the Lacey Walmart. There will be no walk-ups allowed.

The vaccination clinic is being held at the Lanoka Harbor Fire House located at 2 Warren Avenue in Lanoka Harbor in Lacey Township on Monday, April 19th, 2021. Vaccinations are for 55 years and older Lacey Township residents, only.

The Covid-19 vaccination clinic is sponsored and coordinated by Walmart. If you're familiar with Lanoka Harbor, Walmart is right down the street from the firehouse. I would imagine most Lacey Township residents know that.

Lanoka Harbor Fire House wants to remind all Lacey Residents that they are not scheduling for vaccines, please do not call the firehouse. Please call the Lacey Walmart to SCHEDULE your vaccine appointment. SCHEDULING information: Call 609-693-1100 ext.2203 Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30.

It's so important for us to get our vaccinations. It's all about keeping you and your family healthy. I totally understand if you don't want it, as many of my friends, don't want it. But, for me, I knew it's what I wanted. If anything else just so I can visit with my Mom and knowing she has her vaccination will help to make this summer so special.

A quick reminder, this is for Lacey Township Residents, aged 55 and over. And please schedule your appointment for the vaccination clinic at the Lanoka Harbor Firehouse with the Lacey Walmart.

More and more towns in Ocean County are having vaccination clinics, when we find out more we will let you know.

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