These charts show where the most COVID vaccines have been given in NJ, COVID cases by day
The first health care workers received the COVID vaccine at University Hospital in Newark on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020. NorthJersey.com
Rollout of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines started on Dec. 15, 2020. Ever since, while weekly doses allocated for New Jersey have increased, demand still far outstrips supply.
Currently, frontline health care workers, people over 65, and those under 65 with underlying medical conditions, as well as smokers, qualify to receive the vaccine. Teachers will be next up, though Gov. Phil Murphy has not yet said when he expects that to occur.
Below are graphs showing vaccine rollout by county, the number of COVID cases and deaths in New Jersey by county, the number of cases and deaths by date, the daily hospitalization rate, and the daily rate of transfer.
Charts are updated daily.
NJ COVID vaccine totals by county
The chart below shows the total number of shots given in each county in New Jersey.
NJ COVID cases, deaths by county
The chart below shows the number of cases, confirmed deaths, probable deaths and news cases in each county.
COVID transmission rate in NJ
The chart below shows the rate of transmission, which indicates how many people that someone with COVID is likely to infect, by day in the state.
NJ COVID cases, deaths by day
The chart below shows the number of cases and deaths reported by day in New Jersey.
NJ COVID hospitalizations
The chart below shows the daily number of patients in New Jersey hospitals infected with COVID-19.