Camden County COVID-19 Health Hub


Camden County COVID-19 Health Hub

in partnership with:



The Camden County Board of Commissioners, in a joint public health effort with Cooper University Health Care and Rutgers University Camden School of Nursing will open the Camden County COVID-19 Health Hub at Camden County College starting October 14th, 2021.


Camden County College – Blackwood Campus
200 College Dr, Blackwood, NJ 08012


Hours of Operation:

The operational hours for phase one of the health hub are
Tuesdays from 4 PM to 8 PM
Thursday from 9 AM to 1 PM

These days and times are subject to change based on the demand from the community.

Reminder: please bring your previous vaccination card with you to all vaccine appointments.


Pfizer Vaccine Approved for Children Ages 5 Through 11.

Click here to scheduling information.





COVID-19 Quick Links



Booster Information


Click here for more information on the booster shots from the CDC


New Variant Information:

On November 26, 2021 World Health Organization announced a variant of concern- Omicron.
Current knowledge about Omicron: 
No cases of this variant have been identified in the U.S. to date. CDC is following the details of this new variant, first reported to the WHO by South Africa.
Top Things You Need to Know
  1. New variants of the virus are expected to occur. Taking measures to reduce the spread of infection, including getting a COVID-19
    vaccine, is the best way to slow the emergence of new variants.
  2. Vaccines reduce your risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.
  3. All COVID-19 tests can detect known variants, but they will not tell you which variant you have. 


  • FDA approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccines protect against Delta and other known variants.
  • Vaccines reduce your risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.
  • We don’t yet know how effective the vaccines will be against new variants that may arise.


  • All variants cause similar COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Some variants, such as the Alpha and Delta variants, may cause more severe illness and death.


  • Wearing a mask is an effective way to reduce the spread of earlier forms of the virus, the Delta variant and other known variants.
  • People who are not fully vaccinated should to take steps to protect themselves, including wearing a mask indoors in public at all levels of community transmission.
  • People who have an underlying medical condition, a weakened immune system, or are taking medications that weaken their immune system may not have as much protection even if they are fully vaccinated. They should continue to take steps recommended for people who are not fully vaccinated, including wearing a mask.



  • Tests used to diagnose COVID-19 may not tell you which variant you have.
  • Tests can detect new variants. As new variants emerge, scientists will continue to evaluate how well tests work to detect current infection.

What does Omicron mean for the holidays?
Can we still fly? What about holiday parties? Is Christmas cancelled? 
Recommendation include: masks, testing, ventilated spaces, and vaccines.