Warren County Health Dept.
700 Oxford Road
Oxford, NJ 07863

(908) 475-7960

Warren County COVID-19 Vaccines

Welcome to the Warren County COVID-19 vaccine information page. Please check this web page often for regular updates with the latest information.


What to Know:

1. You must live, work, or go to school in Warren County to be able to receive a vaccination from a Warren County government vaccination clinic.

2. You must be eligible to receive the vaccine. See below for "Who is eligible?"

3. You must have a scheduled appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the county sites listed below.

  • No walk-ins allowed.
  • Arrive at the scheduled time of your appointment. You are allowed inside at your scheduled time.

4. There are no waiting lists of any kind for vaccine appointments.

5. The Warren County sites are administering the Moderna vaccine.

Due to the huge demand and the limited supply of vaccine, many people are unable to find available appointments. Due to limited shipment of vaccine, the available appointment times are limited. When Warren County receives vaccine, we will open up more appointment times.

We appreciate your patience while understanding your frustration as we wait for more vaccine. When we receive more vaccine, more appointments will become available. Please continue to check our scheduling system regularly.

How to schedule?

To book your appointment at one of the vaccine clinics conducted by Warren County, click here.

If you need assistance scheduling an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine at one of the Warren County sites, please call the Warren County COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Helpline at (908) 878-3188, Monday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (except holidays and weekends). Press 2 to make an appointment for vaccinations.

For any questions, please email: warrencountycovid@co.warren.nj.us. This email is regularly monitored.

Where to go?

*It is recommended that the COVID-19 vaccine be administered alone. Please schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment 14 days after receiving any other vaccine.*

*If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or are a confirmed COVID-19 case, you should not take your vaccine until your isolation period is over and your symptoms have improved.*

Other information to Know:

  • Contact your health care provider if you have specific concerns about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • We strongly encourage pregnant and breastfeeding women and any person who is immunocompromised to consult with their health care provider about before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • You must take 2 doses of the vaccine in order for maximum effectiveness.
  • If you take one type of vaccine (e.g. Moderna or Pfizer), you must take that same type of vaccine for your 2nd dose. It is highly recommended you return to the same location or provider who gave you the 1st dose.
  • For the Moderna vaccine, there must be a minimum of 28 days before you take your 2nd dose.
  • After taking your vaccine, you should sign up with V-Safe to check-in with the CDC about side effects you may be experiencing: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/vsafe.html

For more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccines, go to: https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/covid2019_vaccination.shtml

Other COVID-19 Vaccine Sites in Warren County

For an updated list of sites by county in the State of New Jersey, please go to https://newjersey.github.io/vaccine-locations/NJ-COVID-19-Vaccine-Locations.pdf

Atlantic Health System is offering COVID-19 vaccine. Please visit www.atlantichealth.org/covidvaccine for instructions.

St. Luke's University Health Network is offering COVID-19 vaccine to individuals 75+. Please visit https://www.slhn.org/covid-19/protect-yourself/covid-19-vaccine for instructions.

Who is eligible?

As of 1/14/2021, the following persons are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey:

  • Paid or unpaid persons working or volunteering in a healthcare setting
  • Residents of long-term care facilities and other congregate settings
  • Frontline first responders
  • Persons aged 65 and older

Persons aged 18 to 64 years old who have at least one chronic medical condition that poses a high-risk for severe COVID-19 (please see the list of chronic medical conditions below).

  • Cancer
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Down Syndrome
  • Heart conditions (e.g. heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies)
  • Immunocompromised (weakened immune system) due to organ transplant (consult with your doctor)
  • Obesity (e.g. body mass index of 30kg/m2 or higher)
  • Pregnancy (consult with your doctor)
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Smoking
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Starting 3/15, the following workers will be eligible:

  • Pre-K - 12 educators & support
  • Child care workers
  • MVC, NJ-transit, public transportation workers
  • Public Safety workers
  • Migrant farmers
  • Homeless population; including those in homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters
  • Members of tribal communities

Starting 3/29, the following workers will be eligible:

  • Food production, agriculture, food distribution
  • Remaining elder care workers
  • Warehousing & logistics
  • Social support staff
  • Clergy
  • Judicial system
  • Elections personnel
  • Medical supply chain
  • Postal & shipping services