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COVID-19 Testing in North Jersey

BERGEN COUNTY

County Test Site:

Bergen County Community College
400 Paramus Rd, Paramus, NJ 07652
Website: https://www.newbridgehealth.org/fall-regional-mobile-testing-program/ 

 

Other Test Sites:
Bergen New Bridge Medical Center (PUBLIC)
230 East Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus
Phone: (201) 967-4333

 

AM/PM Walk-in Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
19 S Washington Ave, Bergenfield
Phone: (201) 387-0177

 

596 Anderson Avenue, Cliffside Park
Phone: (201) 943-2347

 

CVS COVID-19 Test Sites (PRIVATE)
80 Piermont Road, Cresskill
Phone: (201) 894-0104

 

50 West Madison Avenue, Dumont
Phone: (201) 385-8883

 

65 River Road, Edgewater
Phone: (866) 389-2727

 

29-00 Broadway, Route 4, Fair Lawn
Phone: (201) 475-8311

 

18-35 River Road, Fair Lawn
Phone: (201) 791-0012

 

215 Bergen Boulevard, Fairview
Phone: (201) 941-2180

 

221 Main Street, Lodi
Phone: (973) 773-0005

 

45 Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah
Phone: (201) 529-5930

 

440 Belleville Turnpike, North Arlington
Phone: 201-246-7231

 

269A Livingston Street, Northvale
Phone: 201-784-0308

 

150 Rochelle Avenue, Rochelle Park
Phone: 201-368-7540

 

Website: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing

 

PromptMD - Edgewater Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
725 River Rd, #27, Edgewater
Phone: (201) 941-1555

 

Accurate Diagnostic Labs, Independent Laboratory (PRIVATE)
235 Old River Rd, Edgewater
Phone: (732) 839-0847

 

148 Engle St, Suite B, Englewood
Phone: (201) 408-4087

 

42 Locust Ave, Wallington
Phone: (732) 839-0853

 

Rite Aid (PRIVATE)
219 Essex Street, Hackensack
Phone: (201) 488-7274

 

60 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick
Phone: (201) 670-1022

 

Hackensack VA Clinic (PRIVATE)
385 Prospect Avenue, Prospect Plaza, 1st Floor, Hackensack
Phone: (201) 342-4536                                            

 

AFC Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
2 Broadway, Hillsdale
Phone: (201) 523-9222

 

560 New York Ave., Lyndhurst
Phone: (201) 345-3839

 

67 E Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus
Phone: (201) 262-2010

 

The Doctors' Office Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
110 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus
(201) 265-9500

 

85 Godwin Ave, Midland Park
Phone: (201) 857-8400

 

MedExpress Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
184 Essex St, Lodi
Phone: (201) 843-3207

 

Lifeline Urgent Care LLC (PRIVATE)
8 East Grand Ave, Montvale
(201) 775-1153

 

Synergy Health Advisors (PRIVATE)
305 West Grand Avenue, Montvale
(201) 677-8680

 

CityMD (PRIVATE)
282 Route 4 East, Paramus
(551) 497-5677

 

499 Route 17 South, Paramus
(551) 497-5677

 

295 N. Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey
Phone: (551) 497-5679

 

16 Teterboro Landing DR, Teterboro
Phone: (201) 354-1953

 

461 River Road, Edgewater
Phone: (551) 497-5681

 

PM Pediatrics Urgent Care - Paramus (PRIVATE)
160 Route 17 North, Paramus
Phone: (201) 262-5437

 

Friendly Urgent Care- Teaneck (PRIVATE)
1428 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck
(201) 591-1350

 

DispatchHealth Urgent Medical Care Ridgewood (PRIVATE)
50 Tice Blvd. Suite A35, Woodcliff Lake
(201) 882-7526

 

Holy Name Medical Center (PRIVATE)
718 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck
Phone: (201) 833-3000

 

Pascack Valley Medical Center (PRIVATE)
250 Old Hook Rd, Westwood
Phone: (201) 383-1035

 

PASSAIC COUNTY

County Test Sites:

William Paterson University COVID-19 Test Site
300 Pompton Road, Wayne
Phone: 973-720-2570
Email: TestCenter@wpunj.edu
Registration Form: https://wpconnect.wpunj.edu/otbs/OnlineDISTreg.cfm 

 

County Mobile Test Sites:

Camp Hope
1792 Union Valley Road, West Milford
Date Open: Thursday, December 3, 2020
Time Open: 9AM - 2PM

 

County of Passaic Office Building
930 Riverview Drive, Totowa
Date Open: Saturday, December 5, 2020
Time Open: 9AM - 2PM

 

Other Testing Sites:

 

CVS COVID-19 Test Sites (PRIVATE)
115 Skyline Drive, Ringwood
Phone: (973) 962-0490

 

1104 Ringwood, Wanaque
Phone: (973) 831-3111

 

5740 Berkshire Valley Road, Oakridge
Phone: (866) 389-2727

 

1104 Ringwood, Wanaque
Phone: (973) 831-3111

 

Website: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing

 

Enzo Clinical Labs (PRIVATE)
5678 Berkshire Valley Rd, Oak Ridge
Phone: (973) 545-2313


WARREN COUNTY

COUNTY TEST SITES

Warren County Health Department and St. Luke's University Healthcare Network Drive-Thru Testing Site
St. Luke's Belvidere Health Center, 187 County Route 519 Belvidere
Make an Appointment: https://booknow-wcnj.appointment-plus.com/b8n9zc50/

 

Vault Health - Order an at-home FDA EUA Saliva Test performed under supervision by Zoom video call
Website: https://www.vaulthealth.com/covid

 

OTHER TEST SITES:

St. Luke's University  (PUBLIC)
Phone: 866-785-8537
For a list of drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites at St. Luke's facilities, click on  https://www.slhn.org/covid-19/feeling-sick/covid-19-testing-sites

 

Zufall Health Center, Hackettstown (PUBLIC)
117 Seber Road, Unit 5, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Phone: (908) 452-5366
Call ahead to make an appointment. No insurance needed. Telehealth appointments available.

 

Atlantic Health System (PRIVATE)

Call your Atlantic Medical Group primary care physician who can provide a prescription for testing. If you would like to make an appointment with an Atlantic Medical Group physician, call 1- 844-264-2250 for assistance. If you are uninsured, call the Atlantic Health System Community Support Line at 1-862-260-3199 for assistance

 

Hunterdon Healthcare (PRIVATE)
Hotline: (908) 788-6440
Primary Care providers will give prescriptions to their patients for testing.

 

Acme Markets in Blairstown At-Home Test through Albertsons Company Pharmacies (PRIVATE)

Website: https://local.pharmacy.acmemarkets.com/nj/blairstown/152-route-94.html  

 

To order, scroll down and click on "Learn More" at COVID-19 At-Home Tests. Tests can be picked up or delivered to your home. No insurance accepted; out-of-pocket costs.

 

CVS COVID-19 Test Sites (PRIVATE)

255 Route 46, Budd Lake, NJ 07828
Phone: 973-448-9051

 

99 Main Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Phone: 908-852-2024

 

5122 Milford Road, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302
Phone: 570-223-2563

 

250 South Courtland Street, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Phone: 570-424-0830

 

1111 North Ninth Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18321
Phone: 570-421-2703

 

35 North Main Street, Bangor, PA 18013
Phone: 610-588-9425

 

Website: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing

 

MedExpress (PRIVATE)
228 Mountain Ave, Hackettstown
Phone: (908) 852-2470

 

346 Route 46, Rockaway
Phone: (973) 627-4870

 

Pixel by LabCorpT COVID-19 at-home kit (PRIVATE)
To order, go to the following website, and click on Get Started for self-nasal swab.
https://www.pixel.labcorp.com/at-home-test-kits/covid-19-test 

 

Prestige Infusions (PRIVATE)
116 Boonton Ave, Kinnelon
Phone: (973) 850-6843
Visit https://www.prestigeinfusion.com to login, complete the screening, and schedule the test

 

Walmart, Flemington (PRIVATE)
152 Route 31 North, Flemington
Phone: (908) 788-6769


SUSSEX COUNTY

COUNTY SPONSORED SITE:

At-home testing available at www.sussex.nj.us

●      Safe and easy Coronavirus Lab tests are available now through Pixel by LabCorp. Pixel will send you an at-home collection kit to collect your nasal swab sample and ship it back to their lab. Their lab will test your sample for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease (also called COVID-19), a respiratory illness.

●      You must be 18 years or older to take this test. The average time to deliver results is 1-2 days from when your sample is received at the lab.

●      Currently offer three payment options for the at-home COVID-19 collection kit:

o   Bill insurance ($0 upfront)

o   Access public funding for uninsured ($0 upfront)

o   Pay out of pocket ($119)

 

Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, kits are currently reserved for individuals experiencing symptoms or those who have been asked to get tested by a healthcare provider, public health department, or contact investigator.

 

OTHER TESTING SITES

Will test Asymptomatic & Symptomatic

Accurate Diagnostic Labs (PRIVATE)
199 State Route 284, Wantage
Phone: 732-839-0851

 

Skylands Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
406 State Route 23, Franklin Borough
Phone: 973-864-2026

 

31 Newton Sparta Rd, Newton
Phone: 973-383-2026

 

Newton Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
181 High Street, Newton
Phone: 973-383-9898

 

Sparta Urgent Care (PRIVATE)
376 Lafayette Rd. Suite 101, Sparta
Phone: 973-383-9898

 

Will test Symptomatic ONLY

CVS COVID-19 Test Sites (PRIVATE)
11 Theatre Centre St, Sparta
Phone: 973-726-3422

 

77 Rt 206, Stanhope
Phone: 973-426-0466

 

302 NJ-94, Vernon
Phone: 973-764-0606

 

Sussex VA Medical Clinic (PRIVATE)
222 High St, Newton
Phone: 973-756-1504



Resources for North Jersey Residents & Families

New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) Hotline:

  • The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) opened a 24-hour hotline (1-800-222-1222) for the public to ask questions about the novel coronavirus.

COVID-19 Testing:

  • Find information on coronavirus testing sites in New Jersey HERE.

COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution in New Jersey:

  • COVID-19 vaccines are on the way to hospitals and clinics across New Jersey. To reserve your spot to get a vaccine by pre-registering through the NJ Vaccine Scheduling System (NJVSS), click HERE

  • New Jersey has set up a toll-free vaccination hotline (1-855-568-0545) to assist callers with identifying if they are currently eligible for a vaccination, pre-register for the vaccine, and to help them identify locations nearest to them where they can get vaccinated. The hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day and can help callers in more than 240 different languages.

  • The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes more than $60 billion for a nationwide investment in vaccine distribution, deployment, and testing and tracing. This investment will accelerate vaccine distribution and help ensure critical populations can get vaccinated — like educators — and to help meet the goal that every adult who wants a vaccine can get one by the end of May.

Direct Financial Assistance to Americans:

  • The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes direct Economic Impact Payments to adults, children, & dependents:

    • $1,400 direct payments to individuals earning less than $75,000, which phase out at an $80,000 income level.

    • $2,800 direct payments to joint tax filers earning less than $150,000 per year, which phase out at a $160,000 income level for joint filers.

    • Eligible children and dependents, including adult dependents, also qualify for a $1,400 check.

  • If you have not yet received your payment, visit IRS.gov to check the status of your direct payment.

  • If you did not receive the full amount of the first stimulus payment, you may be eligible to claim a Recovery Rebate Credit when you file your 2020 federal tax return.

Unemployment Benefits & Tax Relief for Workers Who've Been Furloughed or Laid Off:

  • The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes an extension of federal supplemental unemployment enhancements of $300 a week through September 6, 2021.

  • The new March 2021 package also includes tax relief for those who may be unemployed, by waiving federal income taxes on $10,200 of unemployment benefits received in 2020 for households that earn less than $150,000.

  • For New Jersey residents who have further unemployment insurance questions, visit myunemployment.nj.gov.

Federal Rental Assistance:

  • The bipartisan COVID-19 emergency relief package signed into law in December 2020 provides federal investment to help residents stay in their homes. The Emergency Rental Assistance program makes available $25 billion to assist households that are unable to pay rent and utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • The March 2021 relief package includes new federal investment for rental and housing assistance, including $21.55 billion in further Emergency Rental Assistance funding, $5 billion for Emergency Housing Vouchers, $100 million for USDA rental assistance programs, $39 million for homeowners in USDA home assistance programs, and $9.961 billion to help homeowners pay their mortgage and utilities.
  • For more information on the Emergency Rental Assistance program from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, click HERE.

New Jersey COVID-19 Jobs & Hiring Portal:

  • Did you lose your job or have your hours reduced as a result of COVID-19? Businesses across New Jersey need thousands of workers for immediate hire. Learn more about who is hiring in your community here: https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov/

New Jersey is Looking for Healthcare Professionals to Volunteer to Serve:

  • The State is welcoming anyone with prior medical experience to visit covid19.nj.gov/volunteer to join New Jersey’s frontline army against COVID-19.

  • New Jersey needs the help of qualified health, mental health, and related professionals to supplement our health care capacity on a temporary basis right now. Please visit the state’s website to submit your information if you are willing and able to support our response to this outbreak.

New Jersey COVID-19 Fraud Task Force & New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs' Price Gouging Complaint Form:

  • New Jersey has established a joint federal-state COVID-19 fraud task force to investigate and prosecute a wide range of misconduct arising from this pandemic, including the unlawful hoarding of medical supplies, price gouging, charity scams, procurement fraud, insurance fraud, phishing schemes, and false and misleading investment opportunities.

  • Residents are encouraged to report possible misconduct through a hotline established by the National Center for Disaster Fraud at (866) 720-5721 or disaster@leo.gov.

  • Residents who believe that businesses have unfairly increased their prices are encouraged to file a complaint with the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs either online or by calling (973) 504-6240.

Manufacturing & Donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Supplies:

  • Find information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on how to help here.

  • For anyone in New Jersey who has PPE they wish to donate, like N95 respirators, face shields, protective goggles, surgical masks, or other protective equipment, visit covid19.nj.gov/ppedonations.

Food Assistance:

The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes $12 billion in federal investment in nutrition programs, including an extension of providing children who are learning remotely with school meals through the Pandemic EBT program. Federal legislation has also strengthened nutrition security initiatives, including SNAP, seniors’ nutrition, and food banks. 

This allows for increased flexibility in New Jersey to continue to provide school meal programs to children who are out of school because of the pandemic. Additional funding is going to food banks to provide meals to seniors who are homebound through programs like Meals on Wheels.

Find information on New Jersey food security programs here:

For more information from the USDA Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) and frequently asked questions about federal nutrition assistance programs during the COVID-19 pandemic, click HERE.

Find information for food pantries and soup kitchens in each county in the Fifth District here: Sussex, Warren, Passaic, & Bergen

Resources to Help Safely Reopen Schools

The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes $130 billion for K-12 schools nationwide to help school districts reopen schools safely and get children back in the classroom.

These resources will help our schools purchase PPE, support students’ mental health needs, and get students back on track to achieve long-term academic goals.

The March 2021 package also includes an additional $40 billion for higher education to help their students meet their basic needs and continue learning.

Resources for Child Care Providers

The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 will allocate $39 billion for child care providers. These resources will help parents get back to work and help get local economies up and running again.


Resources for North Jersey Businesses

Small Businesses:

  • Federal Resources:

    • The new COVID-19 relief package signed into law in March 2021 includes $7.25 billion in additional funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), $15 billion in new funding for Targeted EIDL grants (available to hard-hit, underserved small businesses), $1.25 billion in grants for shuttered live venue operators, and $28.66 billion nationwide for a new program at the Small Business Administration to offer assistance to restaurants and bars hit hard by the pandemic: the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. 

    • To keep up to date on these programs, please stay in contact with the New Jersey District SBA Offices in Newark at 973-645-2434 or by visiting their website.

    • The following questions might help point you to the right resources. Do you need:

  • Payment Protection Program (PPP) Loans — First and Second Draw:

    • The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has allowed financial institutions of all sizes to begin processing both PPP First and Second Draw Loans beginning in late January 2021.

    • First Draw PPP Loans: The qualifications for the first draw PPP loans remain the same as earlier in 2020. If you own a small business that did not apply for a PPP loan when they were available in 2020, then you are able to now apply for a forgivable loan if your business was in operation before February 15, 2020, and if you have fewer than 500 employees.

    • Second Draw PPP Loans: If your small business already received a PPP loan last year, that means you could now qualify for a fully-forgivable second draw PPP loan if you meet the new criteria. If your small business, you qualify for a second draw of PPP loans. Small businesses can qualify if they have experienced a 25% drop in revenue compared to before the pandemic, if they have fewer than 300 employees, and if the business was operating before February 2020. However, hotels and restaurants with an NAICS code beginning with 72 are exempt from the affiliation rules and may employ 300 or fewer employees per physical location. Businesses must have used, or will use, their first draw PPP loan funds on eligible expenses before the second draw loan is disbursed.

      The new round of PPP loans are tax deductible. Some additional categories of non-profit organizations can now apply for a loan too.

  • Economic Injury and Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Emergency Grant Program:

    • EIDL grants are be available to businesses in low-income communities whose revenue dropped at least 30% over any eight-week period since early March 2020, relative to the same time in 2019.

      • For additional information or to obtain help preparing the loan application please contact the New Jersey District SBA Offices in Newark at 973-645-2434 or by visiting their website.

      • For more information on Economic Injury Disaster Loans from the SBA, click HERE.

  • Small Business Debt Relief Program:

    • Under the CARES Act, the SBA will cover all loan payments on 7(a) loans, including principal, interest, and fees, for six months. This relief will also be available to new borrowers who take out loans within six months of the bill being signed into law.

      • The SBA will pay the principal and interest of current 7(a) loans for a period of six months.

      • The SBA will also pay the principal and interest of new 7(a) loans issued prior to September 27, 2020.

      • You may find out more about the different types of 7(a) loans by visiting this site.

  • Relief for Live Venues:

    • The March 2021 relief package includes $1.25 billion in grants for shuttered live venue operators. 

  • Restaurant Revitalization Fund:

    • The March 2021 relief package includes $28.66 billion nationwide for funding for this new restaurant relief program within the Small Business Administration.

    • The Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which should open applications in Spring 2021, will provide grants with a maximum of $10 million per restaurant group or $5 million per individual restaurant location.

    • Eligible businesses include restaurants and bars that are not part of an affiliated restaurant group with more than 20 locations, and are not publicly traded.


Contractors:

Congress has provided certain relief and protection for government contractors. Agencies will be able to modify terms and conditions of a contract and to reimburse contractors at a billing rate of up to 40 hours per week of any paid leave, including sick leave. The contractors eligible are those whose employees or subcontractors cannot perform work on site and cannot telework due to federal facilities closing because of COVID-19.

If you need additional assistance, please reach out to your local Small Business Development Center, Women’s Business Center, SCORE chapter, or SBA District Office. You should also work with your agency’s contracting officer, as well as the agency’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU).

Other CARES Act provisions to benefit employers and small businesses:

  • Employee Retention Tax Credit -- The CARES Act creates a refundable payroll tax credit for businesses and non-profits that retain their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. The tax credit is equal to 50% of wages and compensation.  There is an overall limit on wages per employee of $10,000. This credit is not available for small businesses that participate in PPP. For more questions, please consult the IRS FAQ.

  • Advanced Tax Credits for Paid Leave -- The CARES Act allows employers to receive an advance tax credit for required paid sick leave (under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act) instead of having to be reimbursed.

  • Delay of Payment of Employer Payroll Taxes -- Employers and self-employed individuals may defer payment of the employer share of the Social Security tax they otherwise are responsible for paying.

  • Net Operating Loss Modifications -- The provision relaxes the limitations on a company’s use of losses.  Net operating losses (NOLs) are currently subject to a taxable-income limitation, and they cannot be carried back to reduce income in a prior tax year.  The provision also temporarily removes the taxable income limitation to allow an NOL to fully offset income. These changes will allow companies to utilize losses and amend prior year returns, which will provide critical cash flow and liquidity during the COVID-19 emergency.

  • Treasury Fund for Larger Businesses -- The CARES Act authorizes $454 billion for loans, loan guarantees and investments in support of facilities established by the Federal Reserve to support lending to eligible businesses, states, or municipalities.  

New Jersey Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Assistance:

New Jersey small businesses can visit the New Jersey Small Business Development Center website for information about COVID 19 emergency support programs: https://njsbdc.com/.

For free counseling services, click the tab for "Counseling" and register as a "new business" or "existing business."

New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Small Business Emergency Assistance Loan Program

A $10 million program that will provide working capital loans of up to $100,000 to businesses with less than $5 million in revenues. Loans made through the program will have ten-year terms with zero percent for the first five years, then resetting to the EDA’s prevailing floor rate (capped at 3.00%) for the remaining five years.

Applications open on April 13, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. To see whether you qualify, please use the NJ COVID-19 Business Support Eligibility Wizard.

Manufacturing & Donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Supplies

  • Find information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on how to help HERE.

  • For any business in New Jersey who has PPE they wish to donate, like N95 respirators, face shields, protective goggles, surgical masks, or other protective equipment, visit covid19.nj.gov/ppedonations.


State Resources

New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub: covid19.nj.gov

  • The New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub, available at covid19.nj.gov, provides New Jersey residents with the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the State's response, including information about services such as food assistance and small business assistance.

  • The New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub includes a COVID-19 Symptom Checker, so New Jersey residents can receive tailored advice depending on their symptoms, including information about testing. It will also increase the State’s ability to analyze the spread of COVID-19.

New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) Hotline

  • The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) opened a 24-hour hotline (1-800-222-1222) for the public to ask questions about the novel coronavirus.

Coronavirus Testing

  • Find information on coronavirus testing sites in New Jersey HERE.

New Jersey COVID-19 Jobs & Hiring Portal

  • Did you lose your job or have your hours reduced as a result of COVID-19? Businesses across New Jersey need thousands of workers for immediate hire. Learn more about who is hiring in your community here: https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov/

New Jersey is Looking for Healthcare Professionals to Volunteer to Serve

  • The State is welcoming anyone with prior medical experience to visit covid19.nj.gov/volunteer to join New Jersey’s frontline army against COVID-19.

  • New Jersey needs the help of qualified health, mental health, and related professionals to supplement our health care capacity on a temporary basis right now. Please visit the state’s website to submit your information if you are willing and able to support our response to this outbreak.

New Jersey COVID-19 Fraud Task Force & New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs' Price Gouging Complaint Form

  • New Jersey has established a joint federal-state COVID-19 fraud task force to investigate and prosecute a wide range of misconduct arising from this pandemic, including the unlawful hoarding of medical supplies, price gouging, charity scams, procurement fraud, insurance fraud, phishing schemes, and false and misleading investment opportunities.

  • Residents are encouraged to report possible misconduct through a hotline established by the National Center for Disaster Fraud at (866) 720-5721 or disaster@leo.gov.

  • Residents who believe that businesses have unfairly increased their prices are encouraged to file a complaint with the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs either online or by calling (973) 504-6240.

Manufacturing & Donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Supplies

  • Find information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on how to help here.

  • For anyone or any business in New Jersey who has PPE they wish to donate, like N95 respirators, face shields, protective goggles, surgical masks, or other protective equipment, visit covid19.nj.gov/ppedonations.


Resources for Front-Line Medical Workers & First Responders

Manufacturing & Donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Supplies

  • Find information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on how to help HERE.

  • For anyone or any business in New Jersey who has PPE they wish to donate, like N95 respirators, face shields, protective goggles, surgical masks, or other protective equipment, visit covid19.nj.gov/ppedonations.

New Jersey is Looking for Healthcare Professionals to Volunteer to Serve

  • The State is welcoming anyone with prior medical experience to visit covid19.nj.gov/volunteer to join New Jersey’s frontline army against COVID-19.

  • New Jersey needs the help of qualified health, mental health, and related professionals to supplement our health care capacity on a temporary basis right now. Please visit the state’s website to submit your information if you are willing and able to support our response to this outbreak.


Contact

If you are a Fifth District resident with questions regarding the coronavirus, please email coronavirusNJ5@mail.house.gov.


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