GOVERNOR ENVISIONS ROAD TO RECOVERY - NJ OPENS IN PHASES

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing Sites

Established Coronavirus Test Sites in NJ

Testing sites are starting to open. As they do, we will provide the information here. Sites that open are only for people who are showing symptoms of the virus currently. Take this self-assessment test to see if you qualify. 

On Saturday, March 28, FEMA sites in Bergen and Monmouth counties will be open for testing only to symptomatic healthcare workers and first-responders.

Next Steps: What to do if you test positive for COVID-19; What to do if you test negative for COVID-19

BERGEN COUNTY
Bergen County Community College 
THIS IS A FEMA TEST SITE - OPEN TO ALL NJ RESIDENTS
400 Paramus Rd
Paramus, NJ 07652
Open: Sunday, March 29 and alternate days thereafter , 8am until 500 tests have been performed
Eligibility: Must be a NJ resident; Must be symptomatic: Fever 99.6 or higher, respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath
Additional Comments: Lots B and C at main campus; drive thru. If you do not meet criteria for testing, you will be turned away. This site will be operating 7 days a week. No stop date has been set. Read the press release here.
Test Results: This is a FEMA run site. You will receive a call from 1.833.447.0001 with your test results. Due to privacy considerations, they are unable to leave a message so be sure to pick-up. If you have not received your test results within 7 days of testing, contact the NJ Department of Health by email at covid.testing@doh.nj.gov.

BURLINGTON COUNTY FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY 
Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center
Academy Drive Complex
53 Academy Drive
Westampton, NJ 08060
Open: Thursday, March 26, 2020 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Eligibility: For Burlington County residents only; No referral or insurance will be required, but residents must call 609-726-7097 to make an appointment.
Additional Comments: This is a drive thru testing site. No one will be seen without an appointment.

ESSEX COUNTY
Weequahic Park
 FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY 
Elizabeth Ave &, Meeker Ave
Newark, NJ 07112
Open: 3/26 & 3/28, by appointment ONLY
Eligibility: Must be an Essex County resident currently experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness. Must complete screening to receive an appointment and bring the confirmation number that you have been given with you. If you do not have access to a computer for the online screening, call 973.324.9950 for assistance.
Additional Comments: This is a drive thru testing site. Everyone must arrive in a car. No one will be seen without an appointment and confirmation number.

HUDSON COUNTY
Hudson Regional Hospital
 - FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY Call 201-388-1097 or 646-862-1161 to begin screening
55 Meadowlands Parkway
Secaucus, NJ
Eligibility: Must be a Hudson County resident; Must be screened by phone first and receive an appointment time to be seen; If you have a fever, cough, and shortness of breath please call
Additional Comments: A healthcare professional will discuss your symptoms with you, and, if appropriate, take your information and set an appointment time for a screening.

Testing for Jersey City residents only at the following two sites:

  • 465 Marin Blvd, Jersey City, NJ, 07302 (Walk Through Testing)
  • Former DPW Complex, 575 NJ-440, Jersey City, NJ 07305 (Drive Through Testing)

Open: 9:00am - 5:00pm, 7 days a week starting on Friday, March 27, 2020 at 9:30am
Eligibility: Jersey City residents only (bring proof of residency such as recent utility bill or other form of ID); You must have an appointment - call 201.547.5535 for an appointment

MONMOUTH COUNTY 
PNC Arts Center THIS IS A FEMA TEST SITE - OPEN TO ALL NJ RESIDENTS
116 Garden State Pkwy
Holmdel, NJ  07733
Open: Monday, March 30 and alternate days thereafter , 8am until 500 tests have been performed
Eligibility: Must be a NJ resident and must be symptomatic: Fever 99.6 or higher, respiratory symptoms, or shortness of breath
Additional Comments: Drive thru. If you do not meet the criteria for testing, you will be turned away. Once opened, this site will be operating 7 days a week. No stop date has been set. Use a coronavirus self-assessment tool that has been developed by the state in order to determine what actions to take.
Test Results: This is a FEMA run site. You will receive a call from 1.833.447.0001 with your test results. Due to privacy considerations, they are unable to leave a message so be sure to pick-up. If you have not received your test results within 7 days of testing, contact the NJ Department of Health by email at covid.testing@doh.nj.gov.

MORRIS COUNTY
County College of Morris 
FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY 
Dover Chester Road in Parking Lot 1 (Use this entrance)
Randolph, NJ 07869
When: Starting on Monday, March 30 9:00am-4:00pm 
Eligibility: Must be a Morris County resident with a driver's license or viable personal ID; must have a prescription for the COVID-19 test from a healthcare professional; read and accept the consent form; must have an appointment; this is a drive thru testing site only (no walk-ins or bicyclists will be permitted)
Schedule Your Appointment: You will be able to sign up for an appointment beginning Sunday, March 29 at 10:00am at this site.

PASSAIC COUNTY
William Paterson University FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY 
200 Pompton Road 
Wayne, NJ 07470
Open: Starting 3/25 9:00am to 12:00pm
Eligibility: Passaic County Residents only; prescription required. 
Read the announcement here.

UNION COUNTY
Kean University
 FOR UNION COUNTY RESIDENTS, FIRST-RESPONDERS/ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES ONLY
Open: Scheduled to open Monday, March 23
Eligibility: Must be a Union County resident, Union County first-responder or essential Union County personnel; Must be registered by your healthcare provider to receive an appointment to be seen at this site; Must arrive by car
Additional Comments: If you do not meet all of the criteria noted above, you will be turned away. Use a coronavirus self-assessment tool that has been developed by the state in order to determine what actions to take.