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This page provides the latest information on COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines. For resources information please visit our Department of Health page:
Support our small businesses
This has been a difficult time for all of our small businesses. All businesses are open and operating. Outdoor dining will continue at the discretion of the individual restaurants. Please support our small businesses by placing telephone orders, stopping in and shopping in person, or buying gift cards.
Our regular winter holiday activities have been cancelled or modified due to COVID-19 restrictions. For information on activities and dates please visit the Mendham Borough calendar of events:
COVID-19 vaccines please visit these sites:
State of New Jersey COVID-19 testing, vaccine registration, vaccine locations
Morris County COVID-19 vaccine Regional Center
Eligibility and qualifying facts
COVID-19 Testing is available through Morris County. You can find a list of testing sites through this link
Testing in Mendham Borough:
As of 1/6/21 Robinsons has been doing the rapid nasal test for $ 100.00 in the parking lot - you must have an appointment - their hours are M-F 8:30 to 5 Sat 9 - 5 and Sun 9 - 1.
They don't take insurance. Their phone number is 973-543-2525.
Both rapid COVID – 19 testing and anti-body testing is available at some of our local urgent care facilities:
- Excel Urgent Care in Chester, 2 North Rd, Chester, (908) 888-2541
- URGIMED Urgent Care in Randolph, 400 Rt 10 W, (973) 891-1321
- FastER Urgent Care in Morris Plains, 130 Speedwell Ave, (862) 242-8053
- Somerset Valley Urgent Care, 470 Rt 202/206, (908) 781-7171
Understanding Mendham Borough’s COVID-19 positive testing result numbers
Our numbers are provided to us from two sources: The Morris County Office of Health Management
and the Bernards Township Department of Health, which we contract with for Board of Health services
Mendham Borough does not have direct access to the state database where all numbers on communicable diseases are kept. Due to HIPPAA restrictions we are only able to provide the numbers that are made available to us from these two sources. Additionally, we are not provided information on the number of deaths that have occurred in town from the COVID-19 virus.