Free wine, access to state parks and other latest incentives, COVID-19 vaccine available in New Jersey
Are you interested in a glass of wine in the house, free entry to the state park for the rest of the year, or dinner with Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy? The governor said, well, get the vaccine against COVID-19.
New Jersey New incentives were introduced on Wednesday The state requires that up to 4.7 million adults be fully vaccinated by the end of June to help residents receiving COVID-19 vaccination.
“Millions of New Jersey people have rolled up their sleeves and received vaccinations to protect themselves and their loved ones from COVID-19, but to achieve our goal of reaching 4.7 million fully vaccinated adults in New Jersey, there is still There is a lot of work to do. June 30,” Murphy said. “We are determined to achieve our vaccination goals and make it the best summer in Jersey so far.”
Beginning on May 27, New Jersey will provide residents who received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccination before July 4 with free passes to its 51 state parks and forest facilities. These passes will allow residents to freely enter and enter state parks and forests without being charged for walk-in or parking fees. The pass is valid throughout the remainder of the year and has the same value as the annual national park pass.
Residents can request a free pass when entering any state park, and may require their COVID-19 vaccination card when doing so. New Jersey will also provide refunds to fully vaccinated residents who have purchased annual state park passes. The New Jersey Environmental Protection Agency’s website provides a complete list of state parks and forests, of which about 18 are located throughout Jersey. website.
Residents of New Jersey 21 and older who received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination in May can visit one of the nine participating wineries to receive a free glass of wine. Adults must present their COVID-19 vaccination card to receive free drinks.
Seven of the nine wineries participating in the event are located in New Jersey.
•Bellevue Winery, Landisville
•DiMatteo vineyard, Hammonton
•Tomasello Winery, Hammonton
•White Horse Winery, Hammonton
• Amalthea cellar, Atco
• Auburn Road Vineyard, Pierce Grove
Salem Oak VineyardPedricktown
Starting Wednesday, anyone 18 years and older who has received at least one COVID-19 vaccination in New Jersey can participate in dinner with the governor and first lady (and a guest). The winner can choose to dine at Drumthwacket, at the Governor’s Mansion in Princeton or at the Governor’s Mansion in Island Beach State Park.Entries should be submitted before May 31st, and can be State website.
“Statewide Summer Sports” is a statewide public awareness campaign aimed at vaccinating all qualified people living, working and studying in New Jersey. Started at the beginning of this month The state has accelerated the pace of reopening plans and relaxed most of the restrictions on the pandemic.
Incentives already provided by the plan include: 13 breweries across the state providing free beer to residents vaccinated against COVID-19 for the first time in May, six large vaccination locations in New Jersey opening appointments to qualified residents, and “gratitude “. It is a “shooting” campaign that allows people to be vaccinated after participating in religious ceremonies.
According to the state, New Jersey has received more than 8.1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Now, more than 3.93 million New Jersey people have received the full vaccination, which has enabled the state to achieve its goal of achieving the goal of 70% of the adult population fully immunized by the end of next month.