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COVID-19 Vaccine

Last updated: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 8:41am

Who can receive the COVID-19 vaccine now?

Health care workers, long-term care residents and staff, first responders and people who are over age 65 or are age 16-64 with a medical condition that increases the risk of severe illness from COVID-19 are eligible.

Our goal is to vaccinate everyone who wants to receive a vaccine. We are following the priority guidelines outlined by the State of New Jersey. As additional phases open, we will provide updates here.

Read the state's plan >

How can I get the vaccine?

If you're eligible now, an appointment is required. Please understand that vaccine supply is limited and changing often. We ask for your patience and are opening up appointment availability as soon as we receive additional vaccines. 

Sign up for appointment alerts >

Who is getting the vaccine?

Health care worker gives a thumbs up after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

Thousands of people, including first responders, doctors, nurses, seniors and other high-risk community members, have been vaccinated through our program. 

In fact, we’ve administered 143,768 vaccine doses as of February 28, 2021. That number continues to grow as we work to expand access in accordance with New Jersey's phased distribution approach. 

Thank you to everyone who signed up to receive vaccine appointment alerts. We are continuing to reach out to that group with notifications to schedule appointments.

Need Answers?

Locations

Morris County Regional COVID-19 Vaccination Center

Atlantic AdvancED Urgent Care

Atlantic Health Pavilion - Pompton Plains

Atlantic Urgent Care at Clark

Atlantic Visiting Nurse - Basking Ridge

Hackettstown Medical Center - Medical Office Building

Newton Medical Center

Summit Community Center

475 South Street - Morristown

Sign up for appointment alerts to get notifications to schedule at one of these centers based on your eligibility. We ask for your patience. We are opening up appointment availability as soon as we receive additional vaccines from the state.

Winter Weather
If a vaccination center closes due to inclement weather, patients with appointments will be notified and appointments will be rescheduled.

 

COVID-19 and Communities of Color

Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 12:30pm — Every community has felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but none more so than communities of color. On our last Community ConversationDr. Christina Johnson, a family medicine physician and community health advocate, shared some of the ways communities of color have been disproportionally impacted by COVID-19 and what viewers need to know about the vaccine. 

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Community Conversation: Dr. Christina Johnson

Stay Vigilant

Let’s keep masking, keep distancing and keep washing our hands until we've beaten COVID. Continue to protect yourself and others with simple precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more >

Get Vaccine Appointments Alerts

Sign up to receive alerts when appointments are available based on your eligibility and date of sign up. Alerts, which are sent by text or email, include a link to schedule an appointment. Appointments are based on vaccine availability.

Please ensure your information is accurate before submitting this form and do not sign up the same individual more than once unless eligibility criteria has changed. Repeated submissions will not impact when you receive an alert.

Appointments are required at all vaccine locations. Walk-ins not permitted.

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