Pfizer vaccine clinics set for 16- and 17-year-olds next week

A few health departments in the Princeton area have teamed up with the Olden Pharmacy to offer Pfizer vaccine clinics for 16- and 17-year-olds next week.

Three clinics will be offered. They are scheduled from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27, Wednesday, April 28, and Thursday, April 29.

Sixteen and 17-year-olds who live, work, or go to school in Princeton are eligible if they have not received a COVID-19 vaccine yet and do not currently have an appointment elsewhere. A parent or guardian must attend the clinic with the teen.

To inquire about eligibility, please contact the Princeton Health Department’s vulnerable population outreach coordinator Gwen Krol and copy deputy registrar Barbara Reeder.

Hamilton Township and West Windsor are also partners in the clinics.


  1. Not only did I have to give my health insurance information (as expected) but also had to provide my child’s social security number and the name and location of the pharmacy we use. I won’t be getting my child’s second shot through this service.

  2. Yep. Definitely sounds like an elaborate front for a very clever identity theft ring. I’d steer clear. Lol.

  3. It’s concerning that so much information is requested as its likely to put off undocumented people getting this “free” vaccine, and that will impact is all.

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