Camden vaccine site (which takes all N.J. residents) has so many extra doses, it is extending its hours

A CVS staffer prepares a shot. (CVS Health)

The Camden County Vaccination Center has thousands of extra doses of the COVID-19 vaccine available this week due to a bigger-than-normal shipment. So much so, in fact, it is extending its hours to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

There is no county residency requirement to get the vaccine at the site — although you must be a New Jersey resident and eligible under the current qualifications.

You even get to pick which vaccine you want.

The center will give out the two-shot Moderna vaccine on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

It will administer the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Wednesday and Saturday.

The center is located on the Blackwood Campus of Camden County College at 200 College Drive. It is being run by Cooper University Health Care and Jefferson Health New Jersey.

Eligible New Jersey residents can make appointments online or by calling 856-549-0530 or 800-999-9045.

In order to get an appointment, you must be registered on the MyCooper site.

From a computer, click here.

From a mobile device, click here.

As of now, the site is indicating that it will not take walk-up appointments.

The site has administered nearly 75,000 doses since opening in January.