Essex County Rolls Out Plan To Vaccinate Residents At 5 Sites – Patch.com
ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Essex County officials on Monday announced a comprehensive plan to get as many residents as possible vaccinated against the coronavirus.
In a news conference, County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., said five vaccination centers scattered throughout the county will serve its estimated 798,975 residents. Not including those in Newark, residents will be assigned to a site depending on the municipality they call home.
Residents of Newark can make an appointment to be vaccinated at any of the five testing sites.
The locations of the pending vaccination sites, along with which residents can attend them, are:
- Essex County College — 303 University Avenue, Newark (Gym entrance on West Market Street)
- For residents of Newark, East Orange and Irvington
- Essex County Donald M. Payne, Sr. School of Technology — 498-544 West Market Street, Newark
- For residents of Newark, East Orange and Irvington (This site will be set up at a later date)
- Former Kmart building, —235 Prospect Avenue, West Orange
- For residents of West Orange, Cedar Grove, Essex Fells, Montclair, Newark, Nutley and Verona
- Livingston Mall, former Sears building — 112 Eisenhower Parkway, Livingston (Entrance is in the back)
- For residents of Livingston, Belleville, Maplewood, Millburn, Newark, Orange and South Orange.
- Essex County West Caldwell School of Technology — 620 Passaic Avenue, West Caldwel
- For residents of West Caldwell, Bloomfield, Caldwell, Fairfield, Glen Ridge, Newark, North Caldwell and Roseland.
“Very soon, vaccines for the Coronavirus will be available and, working in partnership with our 22 municipal mayors, health officers, public safety