Morris County COVID-19 Information Hub

COVID-19 Vaccination and Boosters

Everyone 6 months or older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey. 

Get more details on New Jersey Department of Health's COVID-19 Vaccination page, or the Vaccines & Immunizations page of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

The updated COVID-19 vaccine is available for both children and adults. Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, visit this link for more information!  

CDC's Bridge Access Program offers COVID-19 vaccines at no cost for adults 18 years and older without health insurance and adults whose health insurance does not provide zero-cost coverage for COVID-19 vaccines. To find a participating Bridge Program Provider, visit vaccines.gov or covidaccess.com!

Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

The Morris County Division of Public Health in partnership with Atlantic Health System plan to continue their efforts in offering COVID-19 vaccinations to the community. The next clinic will be at the Health Fair on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Boonton Township, NJ. See the flyer(PDF, 423KB) or more details!

Get Tested 

Get an appointment at an in-person testing site. To find a testing site near you, visit the New Jersey Department of Health's COVID-19 Test Locator.

To find a location that offers no-cost COVID-109 testing near you, visit CDC's COVID-19 Testing Locator..

If you test positive on a COVID-19 at-home test, it is highly encouraged that you report your results to your local health department. Case reporting is important as it allows public health agencies to take action (such as contact tracing) to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. 

Safely report at home COVID-19 test results for yourself or a family member through the National Institute of Health (NIH)'s "Make My Test Count" initiative. Visit https://makemytestcount.org/ for more information.  

Morris County COVID-19 Cases and Vaccination Data

The cumulative tallies below only provide the number of cases and should not be used as the only parameter for determining COVID-19 spread and/or for preventive recommendations including use of masks. Residents should view the latest NJ Department of Health’s COVID-19 Activity Report for determining current levels and the latest preventive recommendations at the following link:

Department of Health | Communicable Disease Service | COVID-19 Weekly Surveillance Reports (nj.gov)

For statewide numbers and county-by-county vaccination data, visit the State of NJ COVID-19 Dashboard.

Morris County case numbers are updated on this website in the afternoons on Monday-Friday.  

Reductions in numbers from previous dates may be due to cases being transferred out of jurisdiction and/or further investigation revealing that the case was incorrectly reported to the NJDOH/local health department as confirmed. 

Please be advised that the daily COVID-19 count will not be available on Friday, April 12, 2024. For the most recent data, visit the State of NJ COVID-19 Dashboard.

Note: On mobile devices, click the green "plus" icon next to a town's name to view previous days' case totals. You can also rotate your phone to view more columns at once.  

Case Counts Are Cumulative From March 1, 2020

Municipality 4/11 4/10 4/9 4/8 4/5 4/4
Boonton 2527 2527 2527 2527 2527 2527
Boonton Township 1356 1356 1356 1356 1356 1356
Butler 2099 2099 2099 2099  2098 2098
Chatham Borough 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936
Chatham Township 2576 2575 2574 2574 2574 2574
Chester Borough 434 434  434 434  434 434
Chester Township 1661 1661 1661 1661 1660 1660
Denville 4700 4700 4699 4699 4699 4699
Dover 6209 6209 6209 6209 6208 6208
East Hanover 2974 2973 2972 2972 2972 2972
Florham Park 3025 3025 3025 3024 3024 3024
Hanover 3531 3531 3531 3531 3530 3530
Harding 829 829 829 829 829 829
Jefferson 5644 5644 5644 5644 5644 5644
Kinnelon 2545 2545 2545 2545 2545 2545
Lincoln Park 3942 3942 3942 3942 3942 3942
Long Hill 2093 2093 2093 2093 2093 2093
Madison 3356 3356 3356 3356 3356 3356
Mendham Borough 1178 1178 1178 1178 1178 1178
Mendham Township 1203 1203 1203 1203 1202 1202
Mine Hill 1248 1248 1248 1248 1248 1248
Montville 5992 5992 5992 5992 5992 5992
Morris Plains 1811 1811 1811 1811 1811 1811
Morris Township 5463 5463 5463 5463 5463 5463
Morristown 5769 5769 5769 5769 5769 5769
Mount Arlington 1529 1529 1529  1529 1529 1529
Mount Olive 8661 8661 8661 8660 8660 8660
Mountain Lakes 1052 1052 1052 1052 1052 1052
Netcong 1021 1021  1021 1021 1021 1021
Parsippany 14192  14192 14191 14190 14188 14188
Pequannock 4634 4634 4634 4634 4634 4634
Randolph 6555 6555 6554 6554 6554 6553
Riverdale 1269 1268 1268 1268 1268 1268
Rockaway Borough 1936 1936 1936 1935 1935 1935
Rockaway Township 7345 7344 7344 7343 7342 7342
Roxbury 6591 6590 6589 6588 6588 6588
Victory Gardens 515  515 515 515 515 515
Washington Township 4249 4249 4249 4249 4249 4249
Wharton 2417 2417 2417 2417 2416 2416
TOTALS 136069 136062 136056 136050 136041 136040

 

The figures reflect COVID-19 positive cases as of the date and time indicated, some cases which may be pending, or have yet to be entered into the system.

Please note the following limitations and provisos related to the data above:

  • COVID-19-related deaths are not included in this data. Visit the State of NJ COVID-19 Dashboard for a summary of death totals.
  • Pursuant to HIPAA, specific identifying health information of persons testing positive or who have passed due to the virus will not be released.
  • Data reflects COVID-19 positive cases on dates and times indicated; some cases may be pending and are not yet entered.
  • Data may or may not include cases with incomplete or incorrect street addresses or PO boxes. Further investigation by local health officials may result in changes (increases or reductions) in the daily tallies for a municipality.
  • Figures do not include persons under quarantine/isolation due to exposure and who have not tested positive.
  • The numbers, especially higher numbers, do not necessarily reflect community spread in a specific town. Various factors may be related to high numbers, such as increased testing and facilities with high-risk populations.
  • This data should not be used to gauge if heightened precautions are needed in specific towns. Social distancing, hand hygiene, and preventive steps must be followed at all times regardless of the number of cases in a municipality.