COVID-19 vaccination resources

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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COVID-19 Vaccinations
Governor Murphy announced that New Jersey will administer first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Tuesday, December 15, 2020. Initially, the vaccine will be available only at 6 acute care hospital facilities that have been identified as Points of Dispensing (“POD”).
Eligibility – During Phase 1A, individuals eligible to receive vaccination include persons serving in healthcare settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious material and are unable to work at home. Those persons include licensed dentists and staff who work in dental offices. 
Prioritization – During the first four weeks that vaccines are made available to POD’s, they may vaccinate only their own personnel, starting with those at highest risk, which may include hospital-based dentists. Within four weeks of receiving vaccines, POD’s are responsible for providing vaccinating services to non-hospital-based healthcare providers and their staffs. We will notify our members when dental offices are permitted access. To review a memorandum currently released by the New Jersey Department of Health, click here.