COVID-19 Information & News

Vaccination Status of Princeton Residents

As of 9/28/2021: 

  • All ages (12 and over): 80%  
  • 18 and over: 80%  
  • 65 and over: 98%  

Upcoming "Walk-In" COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Vaccines are free regardless of your health insurance status or citizenship. Both the 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.

Princeton Health Department is still seeking homebound Princeton residents that have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine (and do not currently have an appointment) that are interested in receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Specifically, the health department is seeking individuals who are unable to leave their homes due to illness, injury, or other related mobility issues. To inquire on eligibility for receiving the vaccine, please email the health department's Vulnerable Population Outreach Coordinator, Gwen Krol.

All individuals aged 16 and older that work, live, or study in New Jersey are now eligible for vaccination.

Find an appointment using the State's Vaccine Appointment Finder. Same-day appointments are available at various locations. 

If you need a ride to a vaccine site, discounted or free rides are available wherever Lyft services are offered. Call 2-1-1 to schedule a ride. 

10/11/2021 - Princeton Total COVID-19 Cases: 872

Cases in the past 7 days: 16 (Daily Average 2.28)
Highest 7 day total = 39
(12/12/2020 - 12/18/2020)

Cases in the past 14 days: 28 (Daily Average 2.00)
Highest 14 day total = 66
(12/8/2020 - 12/21/2020)