Dear Randolph Residents,
As Mayor of Randolph Township for 2021, I urge everyone to continue to wear a face mask,
practice social distancing, and wash their hands frequently as we continue to deal with the
COVID-19 pandemic. Also, try to limit trips outside your home and monitor your health and the
health of those who live with you.
Now that there is a COVID-19 vaccine, I encourage everyone to visit the Atlantic Health System website to book an appointment to receive the vaccine. As we have seen, the appointments fill up quickly, but please be patient and try again. If you cannot book an appointment right away, add your email to the list, and as appointments are added you will be notified. Also, we now have heard that other options are becoming available. Some
pharmacies in NJ should have the vaccine soon, so looking for availability and adding your name
to wait lists may help. Some Shop-Rite Pharmacies, CVS Pharmacies and Federally Qualified
Health Centers (ie, Zufall Clinic, Morristown and Dover) may now have the vaccine as well, and
have begun administering vaccinations. Other pharmacies and local providers are expected to
initiate vaccination programs in the near future as supply of the vaccine increases.
If you need additional support, you can complete an online form at covid19.nj.gov/vaccine help or call 1-855-
568- 0545 for phone support. Our local public health nurses are also available to help at 1-973-
537-7118. As Governor Phil Murphy said, “We strongly encourage everyone to join hundreds of
thousands of their fellow New Jerseyans in preregistering to receive the vaccine and taking
another step toward ending this pandemic.” Together we can get through this.
Mark H. Forstenhausler