Human beings like this are hard to find.

His name is Brett and this South Jersey resident is working very hard to help all of us Garden Staters find a COVID-19 Vaccine appointment.

How?

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By continuously posting updates on different retailers, pharmacies and healthcare locations who have available appointments on Twitter.

The username is @C19VaxxUpdates

Give him a follow and make sure your notifications are on so you can have access to information almost immediately after it becomes available to the public.

He has already helped thousands of New Jersey residents secure their own appointments....and you can be next. 



Brett, I am so thankful that we have people like you fighting for others during such a tough time. And it will be because of people like you that we do eventually return to our "normal."

Good luck on your COVID-19 Vaccine search.

And thank you to NJ.com for this amazing tip that will no doubt, help thousands more New Jersey residents.

Keep an eye on Brett's Twitter Account but let's also take a look at the confirmed COVID-19 Vaccination Sights in Monmouth & Ocean County.

Also keep in mind that as of April 19th, ALL New Jersey residents will be eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine. 

And believe it or not, it may be possible for you to find a vaccine WITHOUT an appointment. 

Good luck!

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