Trenton Area Covid Vaccine Information

We’ve got a FREE Covid Vaccine & Booster Shot for YOU!

Research shows vaccines prevent hospitalization and death due to COVID-19. 

Testing is recommended prior to travel, gatherings or if you feel ill. Click here to find a test 

Health care experts recommend  Covid-19 vaccines for EVERYONE age 5 and older, with booster shots for EVERYONE age 12 and older. Learn more here 

Vaccines and booster shots are provided FREE at any vaccine site. You should get a booster five months after a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or two months after a Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

No insurance, ID, citizenship status, or appointment required.

FREE Covid-19 Vaccines & Booster Shots

Check the Mercer County COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule for additional days/times/locations for your FREE vaccine and booster shot

Make appointments for vaccines at Henry J. Austin Health Center

Find FREE vaccines & booster shots in Ewing

Vaccines options include Pfizer, age 5+ (two shots),  Moderna, age 18+ (two shots), J&J: Johnson & Johnson, 18+ (one shot).

MONDAY March 28

9 am – 5 pm
CURE Arena, Gate A off Broad Street

9 am – 7 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

11 am – 5 pm
Episcopo’s Pharmacy
1125 Chambers St.

4 – 7 pm
Kilmer Elementary School,
1300 Stuyvesant Ave

TUESDAY March 29

10 am – 6 pm
CURE Arena Gate A off Broad Street

9 am – 7 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

10 am – 1 pm
St. Francis Medical Center 601 Hamilton Ave
*Moderna vaccine only, age 18+

11 am – 5 pm
Episcopo’s Pharmacy, 1125 Chambers St.

4 – 7 pm
Rivera Middle School, 400 N. Montgomery St.

WEDNESDAY March 30

9 am – 7 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

10 am – 6 pm
Mercer County Office Park, 1440 Parkside Ave. Ewing

11 am – 5 pm
Episcopo’s Pharmacy,
1125 Chambers St

3 – 7 pm
City of Trenton Neighborhood Clinic, Suite 2, 828 N. Olden Ave

4 – 7 pm
Trenton Central High School, 400 Chambers St

THURSDAY March 31

9 am – 5 pm
Mercer County Office Park, 1440 Parkside Ave. Ewing

9 am – 7 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

11 am – 5 pm
Episcopo’s Pharmacy, 1125 Chambers St.

4 – 7 pm
Henry J Austin Health Center
321 N. Warren St 

FRIDAY April 1

9 am – 5 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

11 am – 5 pm
Episcopo’s Pharmacy 1125 Chambers St.

SATURDAY April 2

9 am – 1 pm
City of Trenton Neighborhood Clinic, Suite 2, 828 N. Olden Ave.

10 am – 5 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

SUNDAY April 3

10 am – 5 pm
Medical Home Pharmacy 828 N. Olden Ave

Additional Free Vaccination Locations & Details

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For more information:

City of Trenton by phone (609) 815-2180 or email covidvac@trentonnj.org   

Want to get vaccinated another day or time?

Call 855-568-0545 or visit covid19.nj.gov/Finder

Need a COVID test? Click here to find a location

Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance for youth vaccines

Lost your vaccination card?
Visit the New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS) or use the free Docket app available in the App store or on Google Play in English or Spanish.

Special Circumstances

Need transportation:
Medicaid clients can call 1-866-527-9933

United Way also offers information at 2-1-1

NJ Transit’s VAXRIDE initiative supports New Jerseyans in their efforts to get vaccinated against COVID-19. You can find  vaccination sites  conveniently served by NJ TRANSIT bus, train and light rail routes. Click here

Unable to leave home:
City of Trenton Homebound Vaccination Program (609)  815-2556 or email amthomas@trentonnj.org

Other Mercer County municipal contacts:

  • East Windsor: 609-443-4000 ext. 216
  • Ewing: 609-883-2900 ext. 7691
  • Hamilton: 609-890-3884
  • Hightstown: 609-936-8400
  • Hopewell Borough: 908-359-8211 ext. 22
  • Hopewell Township: 609-737-0120
  • Lawrence: 609-844-7089
  • Pennington: 908-359-8211 ext. 227
  • Princeton: 609-497-7608
  • Robbinsville: 609-936-8400

Outside Trenton: Visit https://covid19.nj.gov/faqs/nj-information/testing-and-treatment/how-can-i-get-the-covid-19-vaccine-if-im-homebound.

Ages 65 and older:
Senior hotline at 856-249-7007 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for help getting a vaccine.

Hearing impaired:
NJ Human Services’ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communication card checklist to help communicate vital information before receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. To access, visit these links: English   Spanish

Additional Resources

NEW Health Safety Guidelines

COVID-19 remains a threat, particularly at indoor gatherings with unvaccinated individuals.

To maximize protection from new and emerging virus variations, and prevent possibly spreading it to others, local health care providers urge everyone to wear a mask indoors.

Please follow the safety tips from the CDC and the NJ Department of Health to protect yourself and avoid putting your loved ones at risk. Visit the NJDOH COVID Hub for the latest guidance.

Click here for COVID-19 testing information, videos, safety tips for unvaccinated and vaccinated persons

Information on COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccine Q&A Videos

Preguntas de la comunidad y respuestas sobre el virus COVID-19, en español

TrentonHealth Team, LALDEF, Henry J. Austin Health Center y Rutgers University Institute for Health invita a la comunidad de Trenton a una sesión en internet de preguntas y respuestas sobre la seguridad y eficacia de las vacunas contra el virus COVID-19. Estamos especialmente agradecidos a El Latino Spirit. Ver video aquí

Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe & Effective? 1.28.21

Watch video of Q&A with a panel of medical experts and community leaders responding to questions from the community about the science of COVID-19 vaccines, and plans for distribution. Panelists include:

  • Dr. Kemi Alli, Chief Executive Officer at Henry J. Austin Health Center
  • Rev. Dr. William Coleman, Minister for Health at Shiloh Baptist Church and Vice President for the Health Ministry Association
  • Carolyn Lewis-Spruill, NP Capital Health System, former Director of City of Trenton Health and Human Services
  • Dolores Conover, M.S. Biochemistry
  • Dr. XinQi Dong, director Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.

What’s NJ’s vaccine message? We hear your frustration, but better times are ahead

Health commissioner Judy Persichilli headlined an NJ Spotlight News roundtable on the vaccine. Here are the highlights

Info for Healthcare Providers

New Jersey is calling on retired health care professionals with vaccination skills to volunteer with the New Jersey Medical Reserve Corps.

Register today: njlmn.njlincs.net

From NJ Department of Health:

Vaccine Approval Process (ASTHO)

Infographic: COVID-19 Vaccine Approval Process (www.covidvaccineanswers.org)

EUA Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers 

Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit

COVID-19 Provider Checklist

Flyers to Promote Vaccination (CDC): 

CDC COVID-19 Vaccination: Training and Education Materials

Understanding COVID-19 Vaccine: Information for Health Care Workers

CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Communication Toolkit

Healthcare Provider Education for COVID-19 Vaccines