FLU VACCINE CLINIC
Come to Borough Hall to receive your annual Flu Vaccine on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, from 9:30am to noon, at 85 Harriot Avenue.
CVS Pharmacy will be administering the Senior Dose and Quadrivalent Inactive Flu Vaccine.
Please bring your Health Insurance Card
Most major pharmacy benefit plans, and
Some medical plans, and
Medicare Part B.
Please print out the attached Consent Form for the Inactive Flu Vaccine (Click HERE FOR FORM)
Fill out the form prior to coming to Borough Hall.
*** Face Mask Must Be Worn***
Measures to promote social distancing will be taken at Borough Hall:
Flu Clinic Logistics.
- A tent for the flu clinic will be set up in the municipal parking lot;
- Temperature will be checked with a no-contact-instant-read-thermometer;
- Consent forms will be given out and collected;
- Wait-In-Your-Car for a phone call to enter the municipal building;
- Mobile phone number should be provided on the consent form, so we can call you;
- When called, enter Borough Hall via the ramp, through the side door, into the Court Room;
- Your health insurance card will be photocopied while you wait in the court room, to enable CVS to process the payment for the flu vaccine;
- The Town Nurse, Gail Poling will also be conducting a Blood Pressure Clinic;
- Court room will have 5 people maximum, socially distanced. Chairs will be removed to facilitate distancing;
- CVS Pharmacist will administer the flu vaccine, either Quadrivalent or Senior Dose, one person at a time in the small conference room;
- Exit through the Front Door of Borough Hall.
The Harrington Park Board of Health serves in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and Council and the
residents of Harrington Park. The Borough contracts with the Bergen County Department of Health (BCDOH),to serve as the official health agency for the Borough to avail the community with their expertise and resources.
The BCDOH is responsible for the management of cases related to the COVID-19 virus, including tracking
and tracing of confirmed cases. The BCDOH receives all reports regarding new COVID-19 cases from
physicians, hospitals, testing sites, and laboratories, and then reports the number of confirmed cases (confidential) to
to our police department on a regular basis.
By law and by HIPPA regulations which guarantee privacy to individuals, we are not given names, gender,
or the age of individuals. We are only provided with that day’s total number of cases. Only the police
department is given an address directly by the BCDOH in case of a 911 call for police orambulance services.
After a positive COVID-19 result is reported to the County, trained Contact Tracers will reach out to those
who tested positive in order to stop the chain of transmission. Persons in close contact, defined as Less
Than Six Feet Apart For Greater Than 10 Minutes, without wearing a face mask, are at the highest risk.
Board of Health
Annie Mongelia, Secretary
Louis Apa, Sanitarian
Gail Poling, Public Health Nurse
Chapter 8 of Borough Code
7 Member Board with 3 year appointments
Board of Health Members
Robert Carbognin (2013-2021)
Chester Lee (2018-2020)
Howard Lipton, President (2009-2020)
Mary Oh (2011-2022)
Reynaldo Pella (2017-2022)
John Szweda (2010-2021)
Scott Weiner, Vice-President (2009-2021)
Councilman Jeffrey Brockman, Liaison (2020)
Robert McQuade Code Enforcement Official (201) 768-0873 Leave a message and he will return your call.