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Bloomfield Health & Human Services to Provide COVID-19 Vaccines to Residents

By rlsmetro on
Bloomfield

The Bloomfield Health & Human Services is now offering Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to Bloomfield residents.

A clinic will be held at the Bloomfield Civics Center, 84 Broad St, Bloomfield, first floor on Wednesday, October 27, from 2-4 p.m. Appointments are required.

If you're interested, call the Public Health Nurses at (973)-680-4058 to schedule an appointment.

If you're interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine but cannot make the October 27 clinic, please call the Health Department at (973)-680-4024 for additional availability.

The COVID-19 vaccines are always free of charge, regardless of residency, immigration status, or health insurance status. No ID is required.

No questions regarding immigration will be asked. Must be 18 years of age or older for J&J and Moderna vaccines. Residents must be 12 and older for Pfizer.

Getting vaccinated is key to ending the pandemic. The risk of severe illness from COVID-19 is increased for some groups — including older adults, people with underlying medical conditions, immunocompromised people, and pregnant people.

Booster doses and third doses are now recommended for some groups of people who are at increased risk for illness from COVID-19. Booster doses are common for many vaccines.

We encourage people to get vaccinated as soon as possible and mask up in crowded public spaces. This is how we are going to end this pandemic and keep it behind us.

Residents are reminded to report any side effects to FDA/CDC Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The toll-free number is (800)-822-7967 or report to vaers.hhs.gov/reportevent.html.

To find information about COVID-19 and vaccines, please visit the NJ Department of Health's COVID-19 information hub or the Bloomfield Health Department's COVID-19 Information Page