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Vaccine Resources by County

NOTICE: All of the information below is from either media or county sources. It is NOT from NJDOH. NJDA has no control over, or information regarding, the ability of these sites to furnish the vaccinations they are advertising. We want our members to promptly receive any information we discover that can be of benefit to them.

The administrative staff of dental offices that directly deal with patients should be vaccinated for COVID-19 in Phase 1A. Anyone living, working or being educated in New Jersey that provides care (or is working in person in a practice that is open to the public) is eligible for vaccines.

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All N.J. residents age 16 and over will be eligible for COVID vaccine beginning April 19, Murphy announces
All New Jersey residents age 16 and over will be eligible to make an appointment for  the coronavirus vaccine beginning on April 19, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday April 5th.

The news means people will be eligible two weeks ahead of when Murphy originally planned to make vaccines available to every New Jerseyan. The governor said he’s still confident that 70% of the state’s eligible population — some 4.7 million people — will be vaccinated within six months of when the first dose was administered in mid-December.

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