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County to Provide Free Mobile COVID-19 Testing in North Plainfield

Walk-Ins Are Welcome, Prescriptions Are Not Required

Post Date:03/03/2021 4:33 PM

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Somerset County is hosting its latest free COVID-19 mobile test site on Friday, March 5, between the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the North Plainfield Fire Department, located at 8 Lincoln Place, North Plainfield, NJ 07060 for Somerset County residents.

Although the COVID-19 vaccination rollout has begun, it is still recommended that people practice social distancing and get tested for COVID-19 if they think they have been exposed to the virus.

To receive a COVID-19 test, participants must be age five years and above, reside in Somerset County and show proof of residency at the test site with a valid driver’s license or state-issued identification.

Participants do not have to exhibit any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 to receive a test. Walk-ins are welcome, and appointments are not required. However, residents who make an appointment are guaranteed to receive a test.   To make an appointment for testing, visit, or call 908-231-7155.

Somerset County’s Department of Health is committed to ensuring testing is available for all residents. Any Somerset County municipality that is interested in hosting a mobile testing site should reach out to Justin Berger at

For information about COVID-19 testing, call 908-231-7155 where multilingual assistance is available, and visit (English), (Spanish), or email at To learn more about coronavirus symptoms, visit

Click here for details about the Somerset County North Plainfield COVID-19 testing site,  or click here  for information in Spanish.

The North Plainfield COVID-19 testing site is sponsored by Clarity Labs, the Somerset County Department of Health, and the township of North Plainfield.

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