RARITAN TOWNSHIP, NJ (Hunterdon County)– Hunterdon County’s Health Department drive-thru vaccination clinic, at the County’s Route 12 Complex in Raritan Township, is up and running again, providing 240 vaccinations on October 28, and offering booster and initial vaccination appointments on November 4 and 9 for those determined as eligible by the CDC and NJDOH.
Hunterdon County Commissioner Shaun C. Van Doren, the Board’s liaison for the Health Department, said, “The Department has now received supplies of all vaccines, so those age 65 and over and others deemed eligible, who were previously fully vaccinated by the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson and Johnson vaccine, can receive a booster vaccination. The Health Department’s drive thru clinic worked very successfully earlier this year and the October 28th clinic ran very well, despite a high volume of those seeking vaccinations.”
Hunterdon County Health Department Director Karen DeMarco said, “As the County receives additional supplies of vaccine, more dates will be scheduled for boosters. Individuals who have not yet been vaccinated may also schedule an appointment for initial vaccination at the drive thru clinic.”
The County Health Department provided over 18,000 vaccinations during the initial phase of the vaccination program earlier in the year.
To determine if you are eligible for a booster, click here.
To schedule an appointment, click here.
You will need to use one of these codes for which booster you wish to receive:
- Pfizer Vaccine Appointment – Pfizerfall21
- Moderna Vaccine Appointment – Modernafall21
- J&J Vaccine Appointment – JJfall21