Hepatitis A Vaccination Reminder
Freeholder Brian G. Gallagher and the Somerset County Department of Health are reminding individuals who were vaccinated in November 2019, following the potential Hepatitis A exposure at the Somerville ShopRite, that it’s time to contact their healthcare provider for a second dose.
The Hepatitis A shot that individuals received in November protected them from a one-time exposure. The second dose will provide those individuals with long-term protection against Hepatitis A.
Most health insurance plans cover Hepatitis A vaccinations. If you don’t have health insurance, or your plan’s out-of-pocket costs for vaccines aren’t affordable, you can still get vaccinated. For more information on how to get free or low-cost vaccines, visit the CDC’s website at: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/adults/pay-for-vaccines.html
Welcome to the Somerset County Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resource Center!
This area contains information and resources from several divisions in Somerset County:
- the Department of Health (SCDOH)
- Human Services
- Office on Aging
- Richard Hall Community Health & Wellness Center
- Office of Emergency Management
- Public Works
- Recycling & Solid Waste
- Social Services
- and Public Information
Somerset County remains committed to providing accurate and timely information on this situation to our communities. Residents can call 908-231-7111 for a daily automated reading of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) case count in Somerset County, New Jersey.
The SCDOH is the lead county agency to coordinate public health disease response, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), local hospitals, medical providers, and emergency medical services. Information and resources regarding the new coronavirus can be found in the left navigation menu.