Another day, another winter storm to deal with. Thanks to the warmer temperatures, South Jersey will be dealing with rain, freezing rain and icy conditions instead of snow.

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The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Mega Site at the Atlantic City Convention Center will remain open for all vaccine appointments according to Governor Murphy.

The Rowan College of South Jersey Mega Site in Gloucester County in Deptford Township will also remain open for scheduled vaccine appointments. The rest of the mega vaccine canters in the state including the Morestown Mall in Burlington County, the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center in Middlesex County, and the Rockaway Townsquare in Morris County will all close today due to the weather.

The vaccine call center will also be open today at 855.568.0545. Today's storm will also cause shipment delays of the vaccine which will lead in many appointments being cancelled and rescheduled.

I am scheduled for my vaccine shot at the AC Convention Center next week and my wife is set for the beginning of March. I'm hoping that our appointments will still be a go and I'm hoping this will be the last winter storm of the season. I'm so ready for spring!


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