Allendale’s COVID-19 Information Hub
There are 43 active cases of COVID-19 in the Borough of Allendale. (As of 4/13/2021)
Allendale’s Borough Hall remains CLOSED to the public. However, we are still working. Many services can be done online. CLICK HERE to access our forms, licensing and permit applications.
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Official COVID-19 Information Resources:
COVID-19 Vaccine Information:
COVID-19 vaccines are on the way to hospitals and clinics across New Jersey. The State of New Jersey has created a website to register. Filling out this form should take about 15 minutes, and the information you enter will be kept private with the State of New Jersey. https://covidvaccine.nj.gov/
Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People from the CDC – Click Here
COVID-19 Vaccine Locations for Eligible Recipients:
Click the link below to view Vaccine Locations and their associated registration links:
Allendale Announces Senior COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling Assistance
The Borough of Allendale is pleased to announce that, through working with public and private partnerships, can now help facilitate the scheduling of COVID-19 vaccines for our at-risk residents.
If you are 65 or older, and have not been able to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination, contact the Borough at HealthDept@Allendalenj.gov – please include the following:
Date of Birth:
The Borough is working with certain healthcare facilities to assist in the scheduling of vaccine appointments for our seniors. This is exciting news and a great opportunity. Please take advantage of it. Furthermore, if you know seniors who have not yet been vaccinated, please share this information with them and help them take advantage of this great opportunity.
Incoming Vaccination Help Line Set to Open for Bergen County Vaccination Center Residents 75+ can schedule vaccine appointments by calling (201)-967-4070 starting on March 19
Paramus, N.J. – Bergen County residents age 75 years and older now have the option to schedule vaccination appointments at the Bergen County vaccination site, located at the Alternate Care Facility Annex on the campus of Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, by phone thanks to a new incoming vaccination help line.
Earlier this month, the County of Bergen and Bergen New Bridge Medical Center launched a call center to schedule remaining residents who pre-registered for the vaccine on the BergenCovidVaccine.com website in December and January. The call center team diligently processed those outstanding on the list and the operation will now transition to take incoming registration calls for Bergen County residents age 75 and older from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
To schedule a vaccination appointment, residents 75 and older can call 201-967-4070. If no appointments are available, an agent will take the caller’s information and add them to a waitlist.
All other eligible Bergen County residents must visit www.BergenCovidVaccine.com to book a vaccination appointment.
For more information regarding our equity vaccination programs, call 201-225-7141 or email email@example.com.
BERGEN COUNTY AND EZ RIDE PARTNER TO GIVE SENIORS RIDES FOR COVID-19 VACCINATIONS AT BERGEN NEW BRIDGE MEDICAL CENTER
Hackensack, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Board of Commissioners have announced that the County has partnered with EZ RIDE to provide seniors age 60 and over with rides for COVID-19 vaccinations at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center .
Rides will be provided through companies such as Lyft and Uber under a program known as Ryde4Life, which is part of the EZ Ride network. The program will be coordinated through the Bergen County Division of Community Transportation and the Division of Senior Services that will work together to approve applications submitted by residents for service.
To schedule a ride seniors can call the Bergen County Division of Community Transportation at 201-368-5955. Seniors interested in accessing the Ryde4Life program must have a working cell phone with them during the transportation service and must apply for the ride 24 hours in advance of their appointment. Some of the information needed to book a ride will include: first and last name; address; cell phone number; pick-up address; pick-up time; and destination address.
When approved for a ride, the senior will be instructed to call EZ RIDE at a designated number to request transportation. Seniors can have a family member or friend accompany them on the ride for additional comfort and safety.
The NJ Call Center is not currently taking appointments. (2.10.21)
A vaccine call center to assist individuals to pre-register for vaccine and make vaccine appointments, including those with no computers, is now live with call agents. Call center hours of operation are 8am-8pm. The call center number is: 855-568-0545
Current Outdoor Gathering Limits – 50
As of – 3/29/2021
- General outdoor gatherings must be limited to 50 people and social distancing must be practiced. At 6 a.m. on Friday, April 2, the general outdoor gathering limit will increase to 200 people.
- There is no limit for outdoor gatherings for wedding ceremonies, funerals, memorial services, religious activities, or political activities.
- Outdoor wedding receptions are limited to 150 individuals. Learn more.
- Outdoor sports practices and competitions may exceed the general outdoor gathering limit under specific exceptions, described in this article.
- Outdoor performances at outdoor entertainment centers, including movie theaters, performing arts centers, and other concert venues, are limited to a number that ensures that all people can remain six feet apart, but no more than 150 people. Outdoor performances in an outside area adjacent to an indoor entertainment centers must be limited to 35 percent of the facility’s indoor capacity, but no more than 150 people, not including staff.
- Large venues, including sports and entertainment venues, with a fixed seating capacity of 5,000 or more may host events at 15 percent capacity outdoors; the 15 percent capacity limit excludes participants, such as athletes and performers, and staff, such as coaches and ushers, but include patrons and other members of the public. At 6 a.m. on Friday, April 2nd, venues with a seating capacity of 2,500 or more will be permitted to host events at 30 percent capacity outdoors.
Current Indoor Gathering Limits – 25
As of – 3/29/2021
Face coverings are required in indoor public spaces and in outdoor public spaces when social distancing is difficult to maintain. Given the current surge in COVID-19 cases, indoor gatherings should be limited to immediate household members if possible.
- General indoor gatherings must be limited to 25 people. All attendees at indoor gatherings must wear face coverings and stay six feet apart.
- Indoor gatherings for religious services and celebrations, including wedding ceremonies, funerals and memorial services that involve a religious service, must be limited to 50 percent of a room’s capacity. Wedding ceremonies, funerals, and memorial services that do not involve a religious service must be limited to 35 percent of a room’s capacity, but no more than 150 individuals.
- Indoor wedding receptions are capped at 35 percent of the room’s indoor capacity, but no more than 150 individuals. Learn more. At 6 a.m. on Friday, April 2nd, this limit will also apply to all indoor private catered events at dining establishments or at businesses that work with licensed caterers.
- Indoor gatherings for political activities protected under the First Amendment must be limited to 35 percent of a room’s capacity, but no more than 150 individuals.
- Indoor sports practices and competitions may exceed the general indoor gathering limit under specific exceptions, described in this article.
- Indoor performances at entertainment centers, including movie theaters, performing arts centers, and other concert venues, must be limited to 35 percent of a room’s capacity, but no more than 150 people, not including staff.
- Large venues, including sports and entertainment venues, with a fixed seating capacity of 5,000 or more may host events at 10 percent capacity indoors; the 10 percent capacity limit excludes participants, such as athletes and performers, and staff, such as coaches and ushers, but include patrons and other members of the public. At 6 a.m. on Friday, April 2nd, venues with a seating capacity of 2,500 or more will be permitted to host events at 20 percent capacity indoors.
- Indoor meetings of addiction support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, must be limited to 35 percent of a room’s capacity, but no more than 150 individuals.
- Legislative and judicial proceedings are not subject to the limits on indoor gatherings.
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