Another day, another New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission office closed due to COVID-19.

The State of New Jersey has announced that the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Cardiff Licensing Center in Egg Harbor Township is temporarily closed according to a report from the Press of Atlantic City.

An employee at the Cardiff/EHT center did test positive for COVID-19 which will force the temporary shutdown. The employee's last day in the office was April 22nd. The center will once again open its doors on Friday, May 7th.

You are strongly encouraged to check the NJ MVC website regularly for updates and closing information. All vehicle centers are now by appointment only.

More agencies will be reopening soon as the Cherry Hill Vehicle Center will reopen on Friday, April 30th. The Toms River Licensing Center will reopen on Monday, May 3rd, and the Salem Licensing center will open its doors on Friday, May 7th.

Thankfully, the COVID Vaccine is much more accessible in the Graden State. According to the Press of Atlantic City, walk-in appointments are now expanding at Atlantic County's mega-site in Atlantic City 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.

source: pressofatlanticcity.com

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