Stranger Things Star and Little Egg Harbor Native Gives AC Megasite Big Thumbs Up
Atlantic County's vaccination megasite located at the Convention Center in Atlantic City just got a ringing endorsement from Little Egg Harbor Native Gaten Matarazzo.
The Stranger Things star received his second COVID-19 shot to get fully vaccinated at the AC megasite this week according to Breaking AC. Matarazzo's vaccine experience was quick and easy and the Netflix star encouraged everybody to also get vaccinated.
Season 4 of the Netflix smash 'Stranger Things' is now in production and won't be ready to air until sometime in 2022.
Sherrie Bragg, clinical facility manager of the AC Megasite tell Breaking AC,
“As we approach Mother’s and Father’s days, graduations, and other spring and summer events and celebrations, being vaccinated and practicing other precautions are key to preventing spread of COVID. We prefer individuals schedule their appointment online. However, we are offering walk-in appointments as a convenience to our community.”
According to the Press of Atlantic City, walk-in appointments are now expanding at the AC mega-site starting Sunday, April 25th through Friday, May 7th from 9 AM to 4 PM. A parent or guardian is needed if you're under 18 years of age.
The vaccines will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who make an appointment or register online first will be given a higher priority for getting the shot.
I also got my second shot at the AC megasite. My vaccination experience went even smoother the second time around. I was in and out of the Convention center in less than 30 minutes.
I can't say enough again about the New Jersey National Guardsmen and women, the staff of AtlantiCare, and the Atlantic City Convention Center. Everything went so smoothly and was so well organized.
sources: breakingac.com pressofatlanticity.com what'sonnetfix.com
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