Princeton Health Department has teamed with Hamilton Township, West Windsor Township and Olden Pharmacy to provide a Pfizer vaccine clinic for local 16 and 17 year olds. Eligibility includes: Those who live, go to school or work in Princeton Not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine (and do not currently have an appointment) Able to attend a […]
Princeton Health Department will be holding a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Princeton YMCA on Thursday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to noon. People 18 and older can register for the clinic here. The registration will close after 80 doses have been scheduled.
Gov. Murphy announced today that New Jersey will receive about 70,000 doses of the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine later this week. The state has also expanded the guidelines for who is eligible to receive the vaccine Beginning March 15, the following groups will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine: Educators, including support staff, in Pre-K-12 […]
Currently there are no appointments for initial doses available through Princeton Health Department. Please do not call or email asking about appointments. If you have been scheduled for your second dose with Princeton Health Department, you will still receive that second dose on the scheduled appointment date. The vaccine supply is still limited. Princeton is […]
The Mercer County Division of Health announced earlier this week that it has made some changes to vaccine distribution based on the NJ Department of Health’s directive. Please click here for the February 10 Vaccine Update. **Please note: If you have a second dose scheduled with the Princeton Health Department, you will receive that dose […]
The state has informed Mercer County municipalities that during the current vaccine shortage, it will no longer supply vaccines to municipal clinics. As a result, clinics held by Princeton Health Department and other municipal health departments in Mercer County will be placed on a temporary hold effective Feb. 13. Once the supply increases, the municipality […]
Vaccinations begin in Mercer County There has been much in the news about the process of getting vaccinated to protect from COVID-19 disease and local efforts to deliver the vaccine. The rollout, on a national scale has encountered some supply chain and other logistical issues, but locally, on our smaller scale, things are progressing well. […]