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☷ Somerset County New Jersey - Department of Health Adjusts Hours of Vaccination Clinic

☷ Somerset County New Jersey - Department of Health Adjusts Hours of Vaccination Clinic

Somerset County , state New Jersey
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   BRIDGEWATER , NJ
   – Starting this week , the Somerset County Department of Health will hold its COVID - 19 Vaccination Clinic once a month . The reduced hours reflect the wide availability of the vaccine in the community and lower demand at the county’s facility .  
   The clinic at the Senior Wellness Center at Bridgewater , located at 476 E . Main Street , will now be open on the first Wednesday of the month between 4 - 7:30 p . m .
   Proof of vaccination , if applicable , is required . Individuals must be five years of age or older to receive the Pfizer vaccine , and at least 18 years old for the Moderna vaccine . Those under the age of 18 must have parental or legal guardian consent and presence at the clinic .
   The Department of Health will continue to vaccinate homebound residents and offer pop - up clinics at senior housing facilities , group homes and other high - risk settings , as needed . Vaccine availability and eligibility requirements vary from clinic to clinic , residents are encouraged to ask about clinic guidelines in advance .
   For a list of COVID - 19 vaccination clinics visit ,
   www . co . somerset . nj . us/health
    .
   COVID - 19 vaccines continue to be highly effective at preventing severe illness , hospitalization , and death . The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) recommend that individuals 5 years and older receive their primary series of COVID - 19 vaccine . Individuals 12 years and older can receive a booster when eligible . Booster doses are recommended to provide additional protection after your primary vaccination series .
   Help protect your family and reduce the spread of the COVID - 19 virus in your community by getting vaccinated and staying up to date on your vaccines .
   The following interventions also may help to stop the spread of the coronavirus and other respiratory diseases:
   
   Everyone over 2 years of age should wear a well - fitted mask in indoor public areas where the
   COVID - 19 Community level
    is high , regardless of vaccination status
   
   Maintain distance from others if you are not up - to - date on COVID - 19 vaccines and if you are at high risk of getting sick with COVID - 19
   
   Avoid poorly ventilated spaces & crowds
   
   Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
   
   Cover coughs and sneezes
   
   Monitor health daily and stay home when sick
   It is important to stay informed through reliable resources . Follow public health experts such as the CDC at 
   http://www . cdc . gov/
    , the New Jersey Department of Health at 
   http://www . nj . gov/health 
   and the Somerset County Department of Health at 
   http://www . co . somerset . nj . us/health
    .
   The Somerset County Department of Health is the lead agency for public health emergency preparedness and response in Somerset County . Funding for these activities is provided by the CDC’s Public Health Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreement through the New Jersey Department of Health .
   
   

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