COVID-19

Covid-19 Vaccinations

CVID-19 vaccines are on the way to hospitals and clinics across New Jersey. You can reserve your spot to get a vaccine now by pre-registering. They will ask some questions to determine when you are eligible to receive a vaccination. 

Filling out the form should take about 15 minutes and the information you enter will be kept private with the State of New Jersey. Click below to reserve your spot.

CovidVaccine.nj.gov

Dial-A-Ride Vaccine Transportation

The five town Dial-A-Ride is transporting senior and disabled residents to Covid-19 vaccine locations including the Rockaway Mall. Call to schedule an appointment 973-835-8885

Homebound Vaccinations

If you are unable to leave the home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or are the healthcare provider or family caregiver of someone who is homebound, you may request an in-home vaccination appointment by completing a form at covid19.nj.gov/homeboundvax.

For assistance completing the form by phone, please call the NJ COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center at 1-855-568-0545.

After you submit the completed form, the NJ Department of Health will share information with a home health agency, local health department, or other vaccination providers and you will be contacted to schedule an in-home vaccination appointment.

If there are any unvaccinated household or family members in need of vaccination, vaccine providers will also do their best to schedule vaccination for caregivers and other members of the household of homebound person(s). Please confirm this need in the online form .

Some home health agencies are currently vaccinating patients—if you are currently receiving services from a home health care agency you should also inquire with you provider about vaccination options.

Atlantic Health System COVID-19 Vaccine

Get the who, where and how of Atlantic Health System's COVID-19 vaccinations. 

https://www.atlantichealth.org/covidvaccine

Covid-19 Vaccine  Locations

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CDC Update

Mayor Runfeldt’s April 3, 2020 Video Statement