COVID-19 Information & News
Vaccination Status of Princeton Residents
As of 5/9/2022:
- All ages (5 and over): 88%
- 18 and over: 90%
- 65 and over: 99%
Be advised: The Princeton Health Department is currently out of at-home COVID-19 test kits. To order at-home test kits, please visit the links below.
- Free, at-home COVID-19 saliva PCR tests are available to every New Jerseyan. Order your test by visiting learn.vaulthealth.com/nj.
- Free, at-home rapid antigen tests are available from the federal government. Order one set of 4 free at-home tests from special.usps.com/testkits.
Princeton Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
- Wednesday, June 29, Princeton United Methodist Church, 7 Vandeventer Ave, 5 pm - 7 pm, Appointments can be made through NJ Vaccine Scheduling System
- Tuesday, July 19, Monument Hall, 1 Monument Drive, 2 - 4 pm, Appointments can be made through NJ Vaccine Scheduling System
- Thursday, July 28, Princeton Shopping Center, 301 North Harrison Street, 6 - 8 pm, Appointments can be made through NJ Vaccine Scheduling System
Vaccines are free regardless of your health insurance status or citizenship. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available.
Princeton Health Department is offering pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics to interested businesses. The Health Department is able to set up a vaccine clinic at a business location to provide vaccines for unvaccinated staff. Please email Health Officer, Jeff Grosser for more details.
Updated COVID-19 Booster Information: COVID-19 boosters have been approved for all three COVID-19 vaccine products for ages 12+. Those who have had Pfizer or Moderna are eligible for a booster 5+ months after their initial series, and those who received Johnson & Johnson are eligible 2+ months after their initial vaccination. Eligible booster populations over 18 are able to choose any of the three vaccinations for their booster vaccination as long as they have completed the initial series. Boosters eligible for ages 12-17 are Pfizer only.
The FDA has also approved an additional COVID-19 vaccine booster for those who are immunocompromised (ages 12+) and for those who are 50+. Immunocompromised individuals are eligible 3+ months after their 3rd dose and those 50+ are eligible 4+ months after their first booster dose.
Princeton Health Department will be hosting regular clinics at various locations. Appointments for these clinics can be made through the NJ Vaccine Scheduling System (https://covidvaccine.nj.gov/en-US/). If you have any questions about boosters or upcoming clinics please email Julie Venema, firstname.lastname@example.org.
All individuals aged 6 months and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
Find an appointment using the State's Vaccine Appointment Finder. Same-day appointments are available at various locations.
6/22/22 - Princeton Total COVID-19 Cases: 3274
Cases in the past 7 days: 53 (Daily Average 7.57)
Highest 7 day total = 287 (1/4/22- 1/10/22)
Cases in the past 14 days: 90 (Daily Average 6.42)
Highest 14 day total = 568 (12/28/21- 1/10/22)
Positive cases referenced above are linked to the home mailing addresses of individuals tested through qualified public testing centers. Those that work or study at Princeton University, or test positive through an at-home test kit, may not fall into local numbers.