Make an appointment on the Middlesex County vaccination system website to get the Moderna vaccine at 1 Ericsson Drive, Piscataway.
Call for general questions 2-1-1 (7 a.m.-11 p.m.)
Call for clinical questions (800) 962-1253 (24/7)
Text NJCOVID to 898-211
Text your zip code to 898-211 for live text assistance
To get an appointment, everyone is encouraged to register with the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System (NJVSS) if they have not already. Once you have registered with NJVSS, when you are eligible for an appointment based on your health grouping, you should receive an e-mail letting you know that you can make an appointment and at which sites that vaccines are available.
However as of May 10th, Middlesex County government-operated vaccination sites no longer accept appointments made through NJVSS. Instead, Middlesex County residents may make appointments for the Moderna vaccine through the County’s system.
Which sites have vaccines, including the Ericsson site in Piscataway, when you are eligible to be vaccinated and what vaccines are available will depend on the number and type of dosages that Middlesex County receives.
For information from Middlesex County, please click here. Residents may also wish to visit Middlesex County's Covid-19 website.
Need a ride to a Covid vaccination site? Call the State at 2-1-1 for a free or reduced fare Lyft!
For seniors ages 65-plus the New Jersey Department of Health has a dedicated hotline at (856) 249-7007 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. for help scheduling appointments.
Are you a homebound senior in Piscataway needing a Covid-19 vaccination? For a new program of the Middlesex County Office of Aging & Disabled Services, please call the Piscataway Senior Center at (732) 562-1133 to be placed on a list for possible home visits from the County Health Department.
Middlesex County has a drive-thru Covid-19 testing site at 1 Ericsson Drive in Piscataway just off Hoes Lane. To make an appointment, please click here.
Be a plasma donor
Have you had the COVID-19 virus? Please consider being a plasma donor at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. For more info, please click here.
Stay informed with the COVID Alert NJ app
With COVID Alert NJ, you can receive exposure notifications, protect our community and keep your identity completely anonymous. Add your phone to the Covid-19 fight. Download COVID Alert NJ for free in the App Store and Google Play Store. Learn more by clicking here.
New Jersey has launched the state’s official health insurance marketplace, “Get Covered New Jersey,” to provide improved access to health coverage for all New Jersey residents. New Jerseyans will no longer use Healthcare.gov to shop for health insurance. Instead, you can now shop at GetCovered.NJ.gov.
You can now enroll and the expanded three-month open enrollment period extends to January 31, 2021.
In addition, the State of New Jersey recently created a new program to provide additional financial help to residents to lower the cost of health coverage. Nearly 8 out of 10 New Jersey residents will qualify for these cost saving options that significantly reduce the cost of quality health insurance.
For more information, please click here.
For the State of New Jersey's COVID-19 jobs & hiring portal, please click here.
Mortgage & rent help
For information about the New Jersey Department of Human Services' Covid-19 Housing Assistance Program for mortgage and rent help, please click here. To apply, please click here.
For information about the Emergency Rental Assistance Program run by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, please click here.
For information from the State of New Jersey about mortgage forbearance and other homeowner protection issues, please click here. For information from the State of New Jersey about residential eviction protection, please click here and here.
Please click here to access the New Jersey Division of Health Services' Parent Link which features health and wellness information and details on family support services.