• 3/2/2021: Click Here for CDC Updated Info on Viral Vector Vaccines (The J&J Vaccine)

    2/23/2021: Click Here for Updated Info from the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) regarding mRNA vaccines 

    2/22/2021: Click Here for Updated Info from the CDC regarding vaccines.

    2/16/2021: Click Here for Updated Info from the CDC regarding masks.

    1/21/2021: Click Here for NJ.gov COVID-19 Vaccine Information 

    6/3/2021: Click Here for "This Week's NJ COVID-19 Updates" 

    **Click Here for the latest NJ Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Activity (CALI) Report: week ending 5-15-2021 (the report is released every Thursday and reflects the data from the previous week)

    Click Here for NJ.gov COVID-19 Info Hub

    1/12/2021: Click Here for Updated Guidelines from the NJ COVID Information Hub regarding travel to and from NJ

    December 16, 2020

    With the Roll Out of the Covid Vaccines, click Here for some information from the CDC about the mRNA Vaccines


    What Should You Do If Told to Quarantine or Isolate:

    Click Here for Updated Quarantine Guidelines from the CDC**

    Click Here for Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines

    December 4, 2020

    Updated information from the CDC: 

    With COVID-19 cases on the rise, the safest way to celebrate the holidays is to stay home and celebrate with people that live with you this holiday season.  

    Click Here for information on Staying Safe For the Holidays

    Click Here for information on Protecting Your Home From Covid-19

    December 2, 2020

    Interesting Article from the MD Anderson Cancer Center:

    Click Here for the article: "Recovered From Covid-19 4 Things to Know"

    November 13, 2020

    Here are some resources from healthychildren.org, a parent website by the American Academy of Pediatrics:

    Click Here for : Parenting in a Pandemic: Tips to Keep the Calm at Home

    Click Here for: Mental Health During COVID-19: Signs Your Child May Need More Support

    Click Here for: Unhealthy Video Gaming: What Parents Can Do to Prevent it

    October 28, 2020

    Some Updated COVID-19 Information from the NJ Department of Health

    Click Here for instructions for persons who test postive (English)

    Click Here for instructions for persons who test postive (Spanish)

    Click Here for instructions for persons who test negative (English)

    Click Here for instructions for persons who test negative (Spanish)

    Click Here for Health Actions for self and family (English)

    Click Here for Health Actions for self and family (Spanish)

    Click Here for COVID-19 Test comparison chart

    Covid Information

    COVID Alert NJ:

    COVID Alert NJ is New Jersey's free and secure mobile app that anonomously alerts users if they have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The app also provides users with up-to-date information on New Jersey's re-opening news, key COVID-19 metrics and a user-friendly symptom tracking tool. COVID Alert NJ uses Bluetooth proximity technology. The app will never record any identifying data. All users remain anonymous. COVID Alert NJ can be downloaded from the App Store for iPhone users and the Google Play Store for Android users.

    Click Here for more information (English)

    Click Here for more information (Spanish)


    Covid-19 Testing Information

    The following link from the State of New Jersey provides information on types of Covid-19 tests and when you should get tested

     NJ Covid-19 Information Hub


    General Information about Coronavirus and Covid-19

    Understanding Covid-19 (Video)-provided by Emmi, a a medical education service of Wolters Kluwer, publisher

    Covid-19 vs The Flu (page from the Mayo Clinic)

    Infographic Comparing Covid-19 and Other Common Illnesses

    Comparison of Symptoms


    Staying Healthy

    We can use the 3Ws to Remind Ourselves How to Stay Safe and Healthy

      3Ws on How to Stay Safe and Healthy

    CDC Links

    Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in Children (Ways to Protect Children from getting and spreading COVID-19)

    CDC Infographic:Ten Things You Can Do to Manage Your Symptoms at Home (If you test positive for Covid-19)

    When to Quarantine

    When You Can be Around Others After You Had or Likely Had COVID-19


    Educational Videos developed by the National Association of School Nurses

    Washing Your Hands (English) (Spanish

    Wearing a Face Covering (English) (Spanish)

    Staying at Home When Sick (English) (Spanish)


    More Information About Masks

    Mask Wearing Toolkit: (This toolkit was developed by licensed psychologists at the Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities in the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center).

    Cloth Face Coverings for Children During COVID-19( from HealthyChildren.org, the American Academy of Pediatrics website for parents)

    Ten Myths You May Have Heard About Wearing Masks: (from Massachusetts General Research Institute)