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 All Adults Now Eligible for Booster Shots


Everyone 18 years or older is now eligible for a booster shot at any vaccine location - as long as it has been at least six months after their last Pfizer or Moderna shot or at least two months after their one-dose Johnson & Johnson shot.

With the holidays approaching and the Delta variant continuing to impact the state, everyone eligible is encouraged to get booster shots.

Eligible individuals can get boosted with any of the three available vaccines, no matter which type they initially received.

What’s the difference between a booster and an additional dose?

What if I am fully vaccinated, but test positive for COVID-19?

About Robbinsville Township Public Health

West Windsor Township provides health code enforcement services to Robbinsville Township through a shared services agreement.
Through this contract, West Windsor acts as the health agency for Robbinsville. The Division of Health, led by the Health Officer, is responsible for enforcing state and local laws, regulations related to public health, administering laws related to vital statistics, and administering public health programs in the Township. This includes public health nursing, community health education, communicable disease control and chronic disease control.

Jill Swanson, Public Health Officer
(609) 936-8400

Douglas Davidson, Manager, Environmental Health Services
(609) 936-8400

Eileen Lang
Health Department Secretary
609-936-8400 ext. 256

Vital Statistics Registrar
Michele Seigfried, Robbinsville Township Municipal Clerk
(609) 259-3600 Ext. 1107

Other Public Health Resources:

Addiction & Recovery Resources Homepage

Prescription Drug Assistance
American Heart Association
American Cancer Society
Mesothelioma Cancer Resources

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