COVID-19

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COVID testing is available at Hamilton Stage, 360 Hamilton Street, by appointment only. This service is free and provided through Best Care Diagnostic Services. They will text and e-mail you your results within 48 to 72 hours. For general inquiries, you can contact (973) 671-6395 or by email Email BCDS. To contact the ordering physician you may call (973) 500-6090. For any and all inquiry's pertaining to COVID-19 testing, please contact Best Care Diagnostic.

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Total Cases as of May 17, 2022

YearTotal Cases
20202,041
20213,377
20221,993



Total Cases in Rahway since March 2020: 7,411

Total Deaths: 125

Rahway Municipality Report

Selected Covid-19 Vaccination Data: May 13, 2022

AgesOne DoseTwo Doses
5+
92%
77%
5-11
39%
NA
12+
97%
82%
12-1767%
N/A
18+
99%
84%
65+
115%
95%


Boosters (3) 49% 

Mayor Raymond Giacobbe and the Rahway City Council would like to remind all residents that COVID-19 vaccinations are available every Thursday from 4 pm to 6 pm at the Rahway Senior Center, located at 1306 Esterbrook Avenue. To date, more then 10,000 Rahway residents and General Public have been vaccinated. Our Covid-19 Clinic is currently providing first, second, third, and forth doses of the Moderna vaccine for everyone ages 18 and over. We also provide the Pfizer COVID-19 adult vaccine for the 3rd and 4th Booster only.

 Our Clinic also provides the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for children ages 5-17. We provide the first and second doses for ages 5-11 as well as the first, second, and third doses for ages 12-17.

Practicing 20 second hand washing, social distancing, and wearing masks when social distancing is not possible to have, have helped in our fight against the virus. However, vaccination is the key to ultimately defeating the disease.

COVID Vaccination Information

If you are looking for information regarding COVID19 Vaccinations please call 732-827-2085 or Email

Total numbers are provided by the local health department. If the public does not answer the contact tracers or the local health department making their inquiries, the City is unable to know what happens after a case is confirmed, nor do we know how many tests are administered or how many tests are negative. Their for numbers would show inaccurate. 

If you suspect you have COVID-19 symptoms, there is an online self-assessment tool, developed by the State of New Jersey, that will help you determine whether or not you should be tested. You can access that self-assessment tool here. If you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, including fever, coughing, and difficulty breathing, please call your primary care physician before going anywhere and follow the physician's advice.


  • The City of Rahway has been taking precautionary measures in order to protect its residents and essential employees.
  • City Hall is now open to the public from 8:30 to 4:30 pm. When entering City Hall, all persons must check in with the door attendants and be wearing face masks.
  • The municipal courts will remain closed for in-court sessions until further notice. Violations can still be made electronically or via check.
  • Any tax payment can be made electronically, by mail-in check, or dropped in the drop box located outside of the Rahway City Hall Entrance