NEW JERSEY - New Jersey is now reporting vaccination numbers. As of March 1, the dashboard is reporting 2,039,427 total vaccinations (1,346,932 first doses and 6391,459 second doses).  In Morris County, the dashboard is showing that as of today, 152,926 doses of vaccines have been administered. 

New Jersey will expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility later this month to millions more people including teachers, the homeless and clergy, Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday.

The state issued the following on additional eligibility:

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Starting March 15:

  • Educators, including support staff, in pre-K through 12th grade settings
  • Childcare workers in licensed and registered settings
  • Public and local transportation workers, including bus, taxi, ride-share, and airport employees; NJ TRANSIT workers; and Motor Vehicle Commission staff
  • Public safety workers who are not sworn law enforcement or fire professionals, including probation officers and fire safety inspectors
  • Migrant farmworkers
  • Members of tribal communities
  • Individuals experiencing homelessness and those living in shelters, including domestic violence shelters

Starting March 29, frontline essential workers in the following categories are also eligible for vaccination:

  • Food production, agriculture, and food distribution
  • Eldercare and support
  • Warehousing and logistics
  • Social services support staff
  • Elections personnel
  • Hospitality
  • Medical supply chain
  • Postal and shipping services
  • Clergy
  • Judicial system

 

Click HERE to go to the New Jersey Test Site Finder.

Preregister for a vaccine HERE.

To register for a vaccine at CVS, click HERE

To register for a vaccine at Rite Aid, click HERE