COVID-19 Vaccine Local Updates
COVID-19 vaccinations are provided based on eligibility established by the New Jersey Department of Health. Click here to learn if you are eligible for the vaccine.
PLEASE NOTE: Vaccine availability is not keeping pace with eligibility and registrations so expect delays for an appointment. In addition, scheduled appointments may be postponed based on vaccine availability.
The City of Trenton is operating Phase 1 closed vaccine sites for first responders, healthcare professionals and individuals with high-risk conditions that make them particularly vulnerable to the virus. All residents interested in the vaccine should reserve a spot on the state portal at covidvaccine.nj.gov or call 855-568-0545.
Any residents who need help registering should contact the City Department of Health at (609)-989-3242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For up-to-date information regarding free public access to COVID-19 vaccines and to register for vaccination, visit the NJ Department of Health webpage
NJDOH toll-free phone line for vaccine registration: 855-568-0545 The hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day and can help callers in more in more than 200 languages incluyendo español.
NJ Human Services’ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has developed a COVID-19 pre-vaccination communication card checklist as a tool to help communicate vital information before receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. To access these cards, visit these links: English Spanish
For information about Mercer County vaccine sites, email email@example.com.
- For general information, please see the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention FAQ, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Questions & Answers about COVID-19 Vaccines, and/or the New York Times FAQ on vaccines.
- For weekly updates, sign up here for the NJ Department of Health vaccine newsletter VAX MATTERS.
Below please find resources recommended by local health care providers.