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A message from the bernards township health department

July 9, 2020

The 2020 Child Health Conference Vaccines for Children program which will restart on, Thursday, July 9, 2020. Details of the program can be found by clicking the links provided below.  The questionnaire which will be used at the clinic to screen participants is also provided below. Be assured that all infection control practices will be in effect.

The goal of this clinic is to provide immunizations for vaccine-preventable diseases free of charge for children from birth to age 18 who do not have health insurance. We know that due to the Covid-19 pandemic some children or adolescents have not received their immunizations needed. 

Parents and Guardians who need to access this service for a child will need to make an appointment by phoning the Community Visiting Nurse Association at: 908-725-9355, ext. 0.

If you have questions, contact the Bernards Township Health Department at 908-204-2520.

Vaccines for Children Flyer - English

Vaccines for Children Flyer - Spanish

COVID-19 Questionnaire


July 7, 2020

Bernards Township Alert: Please view the attached document for the latest update from the Bernards Township Health Department about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019). This update can also be found on www.bernardshealth.org under "COVID-19 HEALTH ALERTS".

Today's alert focuses on the many moving parts of Phase 2 in New Jersey including what is opening, when, and at what capacity, the status of visitors and doulas in hospital settings, NJ211, the status of indoor dining, and who should get tested. Also included in the update and this email are lists for where to get tested for COVID-19 in both Somerset and Morris County. This list will be updated weekly. For the most up to date locations to get tested, please visit https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/testing.

Important notes about testing: As of June 30th, both FEMA testing locations at Bergen County Community College and PNC Arts Center have closed. Morris County's testing site at Morris County Community College closed June 26th. The Somerset County testing site at Raritan Valley Community College no longer requires a doctor's prescription, but they are now only accepting residents of Somerset County who make an appointment.

If you should have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out by email at or contact the Bernards Township Health Department at (908) 204-2520. Thank you and stay well.

Attachments:

Coronavirus Update

Morris County Testing Sites

Somerset County Testing Sites


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