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VACCINATIONS:

New Jersey now has a new beta Vaccine Appointment Finder, which shows a list of New Jersey vaccine sites in a new mobile-friendly format and adds appointment availability information for an initial set of locations. Click here for more information.

 

New Jersey’s toll-free vaccination hotline at 855-568-0545 is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. 

For New Jersey residents age 65 and older, the state Department of Health has established a separate hotline at 856-249-7007.

Click here for New Jersey's COVID-19 vaccine scheduling system, including preregistration. 

Anyone experiencing an error or need support with the vaccine scheduling system can complete an online form at covid19.nj.gov/vaccinehelp.

Click here to access Monmouth County's online vaccine scheduling system for Brookdale Community College. 

Click here to find out about community-based vaccination sites in Monmouth County, including CVS, Rite-Aid, Shop-Rite, Stop & Shop and Wegmans locations.

Click here for Walmart and Sam's Club vaccination locations, including Freehold, Howell and Neptune. People age 65 and older can make appointments by calling their local Walmart or Sam’s Club pharmacy or by calling the New Jersey senior hotline at 856-249-7007.

Click here for scheduling information at Hackensack Meridian Health facilities. 

Click here for scheduling information at RWJBarnabas Health facilities. 

Belmar Vaccine Volunteers are ready to help residents schedule their vaccine appointments. Email BelmarVaccineVolunteers@gmail.com.

READ MORE: Belmar ‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors’ in Quest for COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

 

OTHER COVID-19 RESOURCES:

Click here to sign up for Vax Matters, a weekly e-newsletter on the latest vaccine news and updates from the N.J. Department of Health.

Click here for information from the state Department of Health on the coronavirus vaccination, including fact sheets and important state and federal data.

Click here for Monmouth County’s latest coronavirus information.

Click here for Monmouth County’s latest coronavirus information, including vaccination and testing initiatives. 

Click here for the New Jersey COVID-19 Dashboard.

Click here for New Jersey’s latest COVID-19 Weekly Activity Report.

Click here for COVID-19 testing information.

ALSO RELATED:

Click here to view Gov. Phil Murphy's daily press briefings on COVID-19.

Click here for all executive orders related to the public health crisis.

Click here for all press releases by the Office of the Governor, including transcripts of press briefings. 

Click here to access the N.J. Department of Health website for relevant information.

Click here for the latest from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

Anyone with questions can call the N.J. Poison Control Center hot line at 1-800-222-1222 or email ncov@dohnj.gov.

NJ 211 is handling COVID-19 related calls from residents. Text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information and stay informed. To receive live text assistance, residents can text their zip code to 898-211.

 

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VACCINATIONS:

New Jersey now has a new beta Vaccine Appointment Finder, which shows a list of New Jersey vaccine sites in a new mobile-friendly format and adds appointment availability information for an initial set of locations. Click here for more information.

New Jersey’s toll-free vaccination hotline at 855-568-0545 is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The Rutgers University Board of Governors has approved a $4.8 billion budget that includes a 2.6% increase in tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 academic year, following a freeze in tuition and reduction in fees for the past year due to coronavirus pandemic-related hardships.

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The two recognized Bordentown as a community that would benefit from a TAPinto site because there was no publication devoted only to local news.

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