Dollar General, Aldi Plan to Pay Employees Who Receive the COVID Vaccine
Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues across the country to help prevent people from getting sick with symptoms, and now certain retailers are offering cash incentives for workers to get the COVID vaccine.
According to CNN, Aldi, Trader Joe and Dollar General are just a few of the giant retailers willing to pay cost related expenses for employees to receive the vaccine. Grocery giant Aldi will even pay workers up to 4 hours. Dollar General, Trader Joe and Instacart will also offer financial incentives for employees to get vaccinated.
New Jersey will also have six mega sites for purposes of distributing the vaccine according to NJ.com. Four of the six are presently open including the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Middlesex County, Rockaway Townsquare in Morris County, the Moorestown Mall in Burlington County and Rowan College of South Jersey in Gloucester County.
Registration is required and the only groups that can register for the vaccine now are those over 65, EMS workers, healthcare workers, smokers and if you have a chronic health condition.
For the Morestown Mall location in Burlington County, if you're in the region, you can register and schedule an appointment at Virtua.org/vaccine. For the Rowan College of South Jersey location in Deptford Township you must also preregister at rcsj.edu/vacine. Vaccines will be distributed 7 days a week from 8 AM to 6 PM.
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