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WIR 02-20-21
COVID-19 Call Center
Somerset County residents can now contact the County’s new COVID-19 call center with questions about COVID-19 testing & vaccinations.
📞 908-231-7155
👉 Monday - Friday 8:30am -8:00pm
👉 Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
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"The phone line is operational now but it is in the process of being ramped up," said Somerset County Spokesman Nathan Rudy. "Our goal is to provide quick and easy answers regarding COVID-19 testing and vaccinations."
In particular, the call center will be able to help with registering for a vaccine (especially for senior citizens or residents who do not have access to the internet), finding out if you are eligible for a vaccine, or event finding a vaccination or testing site.

The Somerset County COVID-19 Hotline through the Somerset County Health Department does not have the ability to register residents for appointments through the State Registry. Instead, if residents do not have the ability to register via the website they should call the State’s Call Center:
New Jersey Call Center Vaccination Support Number: 855-568-0545
Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub

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Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination?
Appointments are strongly encouraged. As vaccine supply increases, more appointments will be forthcoming.
The new toll-free vaccination hotline went live today to assist you with general questions about vaccines, identifying whether or not you are currently eligible for a vaccination, and to help you identify vaccination locations.
COVID-19 VACCINATION HOTLINE 855-568-0545
To locate a vaccination site near you and to find an available appointment you can also visit https://bit.ly/2M6QBbU.
Check out the COVID-19 Information Hub covid19.nj.gov today!

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Vaccine
COVID Testing Information:
Where can I get tested for COVID-19?
- Somerset County in collaboration with Raritan Valley Community College will be holding a COVID-19 drive-thru TESTING clinic on Wednesday, January 27th from 10am – 1pm at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC), 118 Lamington Road, Branchburg. Patients must schedule an appointment for testing. Appointments can be made online at https://somerset-hunterdon.adlabscovidtest.com.
Residents without computer access or wishing to schedule an appointment for children ages 5-18 may call the Somerset County Department of Health at 908-231-7155 and leave a message.
- Anyone holding a testing appointment at RVCC who needs to CANCEL is asked to email coronavirus@co.somerset.nj.us, AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT TIME so we can accommodate as many residents as possible.
- In preparation for COVID-19 vaccinations, Somerset County will end testing at Raritan Valley Community College on January 27th.
- You can find a listing of other testing sites in the Somerset County area here:
https://www.co.somerset.nj.us/.../covid-19-testing...
Please contact the facilities directly for their requirements.

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Update 01-13-21
BREAKING: Beginning TOMORROW, the following New Jersey residents are eligible for the #COVID19 vaccination:
☑️Ages 65 years and older
☑️Between the ages of 16-64 with medical conditions, as defined by
CDC
, that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus

If you have preregistered at our vaccine website, covidvaccine.nj.gov, and are now eligible, you should soon be receiving your email that it is your time to make an appointment at a site near you to get your first vaccine dose.

A breakdown of COVID 19 Cases in Manville and Somerset County as of 03/05/2021

Please note that the Total Cases are the number of positive cases that have been reported in Manville between 03/17/2020 and 03/05/2021. After 30 days positive cases are presumed to be recovered unless noted otherwise.

Age Range:

0-9 - 31
10-19 - 77
20-29- 135
30-39 - 157
40-49 - 127
50-59 - 130
60-69 - 78
70-79 - 43
80-89 - 15
90-99 - 8
No age given - 1

Manville Borough COVID 19 Cases:
New Case reported on 03/05 - 8
Total Cases 2021 Year to Date - 312
Total Cases - 804
Total Deceased - 19

County Info as 03/05/2021:
18,528 Cases in Somerset County.
New cases in Somerset County.
685 Deaths in Somerset County.

John Bentz
Director
Borough Of Manville
Office of Emergency Management

Manville Borough Weekly COVID 19 Tracker as of 02/21/2021

Total # Of Manville COVID-19 Cases, as of 02/07/2021 - 730 Manville Borough COVID-19 Weekly Count: Week of 02/14/2021 27 Week of 02/07/2201 31 Week of 01/31/2021 24 Week of 01/24/2021 35 Week of 01/17/2021 31 Week of 01/10/2021 43 Week of 01/03/2021 44 Week of 12/27/2020 41 Week of 12/20/2020 43 Week of 12/13/2020 22 Week of 12/06/2020 36 Week of 11/29/2020 39 Week of 11/22/2020 24 Week of 11/15/2020 39 Week of 11/08/2020    36 Week of 11/01/2020    21 Week of 10/25/2020      6 Week of 10/08/2020      5 Week of 10/11/2020      2 Week of 10/04/2020      4 Week of 09/27/2020      6 Week of 09/20/2020      1 Week of 09/13/2020      2 Week of 09/06/2020      2 Week of 08/30/2020      2 Week of 08/23/2020      0 Week of 08/16/2020      1 Week of 08/09/2020      0 Week of 08/02/2020      3 Week of 07/26/2020      1 Week of 07/19/2020      1 Week of 07/12/2020      0 Week of 07/05/2020      5 Week of 06/28/2020      0 Week of 06/21/2020      3 Week of 06/14/2020      0 Week of 06/07/2020      1 Week of 05/31/2020      2 Week of 05/24/2020      2 Week of 05/17/2020      9 Week of 05/10/2020    10 Week of 05/03/2020    17 Week of 04/26/2020    18 Week of 04/19/2020    19 Week of 04/12/2020    15 Week of 04/05/2020    29 Week of 03/29/2020    19 Week of 03/22/2020      8 Week of 03/15/2020 1
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