NEW JERSEY — All six of New Jersey’s vaccine mega-sites will remain closed on Tuesday, Feb. 2 due to the winter storm, announced Gov. Phil Murphy. The announcement came after he announced that New Jersey will remain under a state of emergency in response to the winter storm.

All vaccine mega sites were closed on Monday. Appointments for the Morris site will now be administered Wednesday. Anyone set to get their shot at the Atlantic or Middlesex sites will now have them done Thursday.

“Even with today's closures, we can still report that we currently have recorded a total of just under 800,000 vaccinations. They split between 664,548 first doses and 126,833 second shots,” Murphy said during a press conference regarding the winter storm.

Sign Up for Roxbury Newsletter
Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust.

New Jersey State Police Superintendent Col. Pat Callahan said the closure of the sites had “less to do” with snow removal, and more so to avoid residents on the roads during the hazardous conditions.

The state’s vaccination call center can still be reached at 855-568-0545.

In response to a reporter, the governor said the state will work to avoid any domino effect caused by the delays necessary for patients due to site closures. What’s more, he said the mega sites all sites are "working toward second shot reliability.”

The following case figures were provided Monday:

  • 3,114 new positive PCR tests
  • 626,645 total positive PCR tests
  • 542 new positive antigen tests
  • 73,701 total positive antigen tests
  • 34 new confirmed deaths
  • 19,384 total confirmed deaths
  • 2,129 probable deaths

Below are state resources:

Download the TAPinto mobile app for Android or iOS