COVID-19 Information and News

Holiday Guidance

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics - November Updated 

Worksite Mini Clinics Available

The COVID-19 Delta variant

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Weekly Update

COVID-19 Cases Reported in West Windsor Residents      1738

                     New Cases Reported in Previous 5 days           47               

The COVID-19 Activity Level Index (CALI) for Week ending November 27, 2021 for Mercer County is HIGH.                          

The COVID-19 Activity Level Index (CALI) for Week ending November 27, 2021 for Mercer County is HIGH. 


The COVID-19 case counts reported above are current as of Noon; December 3, 2021.   Please be assured that the Health Department is monitoring for case reports seven days a week and will initiate immediate investigations, inform close contacts, and take recommended public health actions to help prevent further spread of illness in the community.  Individuals are cleared from isolation once their symptoms resolve and they are at least 10 days beyond the date of symptom onset and 24 hours fever-free and symptoms have improved.  The first case of COVID-19 in a West Windsor resident was reported on March 26, 2020. 

People infected with COVID-19 experience a range of symptoms from mild to severe and some are even asymptomatic.  COVID-19 symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days following exposure.   A quarantine of 14 day remains the preferred time frame.  Even though a person is asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic, they may still be capable of transmitting the virus to others. Please cooperate with public health officials in contact tracing efforts and help stop the spread of disease in our community.   If you are not vaccinated, please consider taking this step to protect yourself, your family and your community.

The Health Department continues to offer vaccination clinics and offer Pfizer, Moderna and J&J/Janssen to eligible individuals.  Boosters have been approved for many groups.  Vaccines are currently approved for children ages 5 to 11 years.  Vaccination opportunities hosted by the Health Department will be posted to the Township website at:  Residents may request an appointment by emailing .  Please include your name, contact information and the type of vaccine requested. If you are seeking vaccination for a child, please indicate age. 



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