COVID-19 Update – January 15th, 2021 (Friday)
We had 17 new cases within the last three days. This brings our total number of cases to 788.
COVID-19 Cases Reported in West Windsor Residents - 788
Recent Activity 17
(January 13, 2021 through January 15, 2021 (4:00 pm))
The health department is busy trying to procure vaccine supply and getting West Windsor residents registered to clinics around the county. We are doing our best and working as efficiently as we can to get everyone in West Windsor vaccinated. We ask for your patience and cooperation during this period.
There are multiple options to get vaccinated. In no particular order the options are:
You can register on West Windsor township website:
We will call you to schedule when vaccine becomes available.
You can register with the state: www.covid19.nj.gov/vaccine
The providers who use the state system will send you a link to schedule vaccination when the supply becomes available.
The state publishes an updated list of facilities which get regular supply from the state. You can call and schedule an appointment with any of them. Be warned that most of them don’t have slots available at this point.
Currently the demand for vaccine far exceeds the supply. The township, county, and state are making slow but steady progress. Hopefully within the next few weeks more supply will become available and pressure on our township health department will subside. I encourage you to get vaccinated at the first available opportunity.
Today’s picture of hope is a beautiful sunrise at Mercer County Park by Zhanna Sheykhet.
Have a great weekend and continue to follow the guidelines. We are getting closer to the finish line and this is not the time to let our guard down. My next update will be on Tuesday Jan 19th.