Vaccine Appointment Availability

Date Location Available Appointments Schedule a Vaccine
09/17/2021 Johnson & Johnson - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 18 / 20
09/17/2021 Moderna - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 19 / 20
09/17/2021 Pfizer - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 9 / 10
09/17/2021 Moderna Booster - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 46 / 48
09/17/2021 Pfizer Booster - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 20 / 20
09/24/2021 Johnson & Johnson - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 19 / 20
09/24/2021 Moderna - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 18 / 20
09/24/2021 Pfizer - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 10 / 10
09/24/2021 Moderna Booster - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 43 / 48
09/24/2021 Pfizer Booster - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 18 / 20
09/22/2021 Moderna Booster - Cumberland County Health Department - Times Vary by Clinic 0 / 10
09/18/2021 Moderna - Holly City Family Center - 11am -1pm 20 / 20
09/18/2021 Johnson & Johnson - Holly City Family Center - 11am -1pm 18 / 20
09/18/2021 Moderna Booster - Holly City Family Center - 11am -1pm 28 / 30
09/18/2021 Pfizer - Holly City Family Center - 11am-1pm 10 / 10
09/18/2021 Pfizer Booster - Holly City Family Center - 11am-1pm 20 / 20
09/29/2021 Moderna - Bridgeton Famcare Building - 3:30-6pm 20 / 20
09/29/2021 Johnson & Johnson - Bridgeton Famcare Building - 3:30-6pm 20 / 20
09/29/2021 Pfizer - Bridgeton Famcare Building - 3:30-6pm 10 / 10
09/29/2021 Moderna Booster - Bridgeton Famcare Building - 3:30-6pm 16 / 24
09/29/2021 Pfizer Booster - Bridgeton Famcare Building - 3:30 -6pm 18 / 20

Protection

Older adults and people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions such as heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness. Please consult with your health care provider about additional steps you may be able to take to protect yourself.

Prevention

If you are sick with COVID-19 or think you might have it, follow the steps below to help protect other people in your home and community.

FAQs

A novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. The virus causing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is not the same as the coronaviruses that commonly circulate among humans and cause mild illness, such as the common cold.

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