NPCOVID19 UPDATE: Wednesday November 24th – Tuesday November 30, 2021

– 8 Reported Cases:

– 4 Adults

– 4 Children


Wednesday December 1st – Friday December 3rd:

Dec 1st   –   8 cases

Dec 2nd – 13 cases

Dec 3rd  –   3 cases


– 24 Reported Cases:

– 16 Adults

–   8 Children


– 32 Total Current Active Reported Cases in New Providence. (Many of these cases are entire families)


New Providence has had a total of 222 reported positive cases since June 1st :


  • June –    4 Cases
  • July   –  12 Cases
  • Aug   –  59 Cases
  • Sept  –  55 Cases
  • Oct    –  27 Cases
  • Nov   –  41 Cases
  • Dec   –  24 Cases


For our current case statistics please visit


Vaccine Update:

The CDC recommends everyone ages 5 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Please visit here for more information:


Boosters Update:

– Johnson & Johnson:

* People 18 and older who received a single dose of J&J should receive a booster at least two months after receiving the primary dose

* Boosters for J&J vaccine are available at all Union County mobile walk-up sites.


– Pfizer & Moderna:

* People aged 18 and older should receive a booster at least six months after receiving their second  dose

* Moderna boosters are available at Union County mobile walk-ups for boosters only (not for first or second vaccine doses).

* Pfizer boosters are available at Union County mobile walk-ups.


For more information and updates on COVID-19 help and services, including the Union County COVID-19 Test Center at Kean University, the Mobile Test Unit, Vaccination Information, Emergency Food Distribution and other Support Services, please visit


To find a COVID-19 vaccine near you text your zip code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233. Please visit for more information.


For Emergency Food Distribution Events please visit:


General information about COVID-19 is available through the New Jersey Department of Health at


We will continue to keep you updated as we receive confirmed information. Please continue to keep our lost, afflicted, their families, all our first responders, our essential workers, and everyone on the forefront and affected by this pandemic in your thoughts and prayers especially during the holiday season. We wish all a speedy recovery.


Be safe, keep well, and stay strong! We will get through this Pioneer Strong!

– Mayor Al Morgan

New Providence