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To learn more about the COVID-19 VACCINE and eligibility, click here.
All Middlesex County buildings will remain closed to the general public until further notice due to COVID-19– County services are available on an appointment basis.

Middlesex County’s Department of Public Safety & Health and Office of Health Services, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health, is now offering COVID-19 vaccines in a phased approach.  Please be sure to check back as CDC and New Jersey Department of Health releases new phases and guidelines.


Vaccination days and locations offered by the Middlesex County Office of Health Services will vary on a weekly basis, and are strictly dependent on vaccine availability and an individual's eli​gibility.  The table below shows the locations of the COVID-19 vaccinations sites in Middlesex County.  Those who are currently eligible must register through the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System (NJVSS).


For more information about the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit the State's information hub at ​  or click HERE.

To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, please click here


Middlesex County 

COVID-19 ​Vaccination Site​ ​


to pre-register


​ East Brunswick​​


East Brunswick Community Center

721 Cranbury Road 

East Brunswick


Monroe Township Senior Center

12 Halsey Reed Road 



The Heldrich Hotel and Conference Center

10 Livingston Avenue 

New Brunswick​



Middlesex County Vocational and Technical School

457 High Street 

Perth Amboy



Middlesex County Office of Health Services​

1 Ericsson Drive 





Middlesex County Fire Academy

1001 Fire Academy Drive 




Middlesex County Megasite

NJ Convention & Expo Center 

97 Sunfield Avenue


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for more information regarding COVID-19 Vaccines



Currently, COVID-19 vaccines in NJ are available to the following groups: 

For a more detailed list of eligible groups, please click HERE for more information.




Those wishing to be vaccinated will be required to schedule an appointment through the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System (NJVSS) Registering is easy, and is the best way to reserve your spot to get a vaccine when you are eligible and there is a dose available for you.

step 1 - Visit and register using your name, email, and some other information that will help determine when you will be eligible.

step 2 - Check your email!  Once you complete your registration form, you will receive an email from something like: "DOH-No-reply CovidVaccine"  Be sure to check your junk/spam folders!
step 3 - Monitor your email for further instructions.  When you are eligible AND there is a vaccine clinic being held, the state will send you another email letting you know it is time for you to schedule your appointment.  The email will come from another version of  "DOH-No-reply CovidVaccine" ​and will most likely have a subject of "COVID-19 Vaccine - Schedule Your Appointment".  Once again... be sure to check your junk/spam folders!

step 4 - Click the link in your email and choose a location from the list posted online.   (Please note - You will be asked to provide your date of birth for verification before you can proceed.)  If there is not a clinic listed near or within your desired location, check back another time.  Sites will regularly be added and removed based on appointment availability.  Simply refer back to the link provided in the "Schedule Your Appointment" email from the DOH, click the link, verify your date of birth, and see if a clinic is available closer to you.

Keep in mind that the number of vaccines available may vary so you may need to check back several times if you are looking for an appointment at a specific location. Reservations are managed through the State's website at​. 






If you secure an appointment at the Middlesex Coutny Fire Academy through the NJVSS, please be sure to:



PLEASE NOTE...  Due to the limited quantity of vaccinations available, if the person is not in the eligible categories as defined from the state, is not at least 18 years of age or does not have a scheduled appointment, they will not receive a vaccine.

If you've been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 90 days, you may not be eligible to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine at this time.  Based on the estimated half-life of monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma as part of COVID-19 treatment/infection as well as evidence suggesting that reinfection is uncommon in the 90 days after initial infection, vaccination should be deferred for at least 90 days, as a precautionary measure until additional information becomes available, to avoid interference of the antibody that is already present with the vaccine induced immune response​​



 Be sure to bring your ID, required paperwork, and a mask.   Wear comfortable clothing that can be removed to expose your arm for the shot and inspection during your observation period.   You should plan on staying for at least an additional 15 minutes for observation on the day of your shot.  




Some side effects are common, including:

  • Pain and/or swelling in the arm where you got the shot
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Tiredness
  • Headache​​

In most cases, discomfort from fever or pain is normal. Contact your doctor or healthcare provider:
  • If the redness or tenderness where you got the shot increases after 24 hours
  • If your side effects are worrying you or do not seem to be going away after a few days

The CDC has an infographic​ that highlights what you can expect after your shot, and has created a downloadable health screening tool called V-Safe, which will help understand any side effects after vaccination. 

Since the COVID-19 vaccine is a two-dose series to be most effective, everyone receiving the vaccine is strongly advised to continue COVID-19 preventative measures such as:
  • Register for the CDC's "V-Safe" Health Screening Tool
  • Wear a mask in public at all times
  • Wash hands frequently
  • Maintain a safe distance of at least 6 feet from others
  • Return (with your CDC Vaccination Card) for your second dose


Even more Middlesex County-specific COVID resources are available at​ and questions can be directed to our County-operated Call Center at 732-745-3100.  The Call Center is open Monday-Friday from 8:30am - 6pm, and weekends from 9am-3pm.




Looking for more information? From Government Information and Resources to Activities and Assistance available in Middlesex County, visit



Click here to ask a 
COVID-19 related question. 

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35 Kennedy Blvd
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
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