COVID-19 Resource Center

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We've been so inspired by your energy and enthusiasm for receiving the vaccine. But it's important to know that there's still more work to be done. With infectious variants spreading throughout our community, it's never been more important to remain vigilant, follow local guidelines, and schedule a vaccine or booster appointment if you haven't already. Below, we invite you to explore our COVID-19 resources, tools, and protocols.

Connect to care

This pandemic and how we effectively treat it evolves each and every day. So whether you're experiencing symptoms, interested in the vaccine, or simply need to talk to someone on our team, here's how you can connect to care at
Virtua Health.

Self-Assessment

Click "COVID-19" in our chatbot (bottom of screen), then select the Self Assessment.

Resource Center

Community Messages

Burlington County Mega-site now vaccinating our youngest patients


We all know little ones aren’t usually happy about getting shots. That’s why we’ve tried to make it as fun as possible at the Mega-Site.

Watch as Olivia bravely gets her first shot of the Pfizer COVID-19. She explored other kids’ artwork on the walls, picked out her favorite lollipop flavor, received a sticker, and had time to blow some bubbles and color her own picture while waiting during the 15-minute observation period after her shot. We think she found the whole process pretty easy!

Schedule a vaccine appointment here, for your little one or yourself, or learn more about the vaccine by reading the FAQs on that page.

Virtua physicians urge you not to delay care


Emergency medicine physicians at Virtua urge you not to delay care due to coronavirus concerns. In this brief message, they address the importance of seeking immediate care when needed, and explain important precautions our Emergency Departments continue to take to ensure your safety.

Virtua Health cares for moms and babies


Nicole Lamborne, MD, director of women’s health services for Virtua Health, explains how Virtua is protecting mothers-to-be, and babies, amidst concerns about COVID-19.

Covid-19 News