The Montville Township Health Department, along with other Township Departments, continues to closely monitor the continuing COVID-19 global pandemic. We are in regular communication with the Morris County Office of Health Management and the NJ Department of Health (NJDOH) to ensure that accurate and timely information is being provided to residents, businesses, organizations, and visitors to our community.

Please check this page regularly for the most up to date information about COVID-19 in Montville. Alternatively, you can also sign up for notifications of changes to this page by clicking on the top of this page on "I Want To..." and then selecting "Notifications".

This page includes a variety of information, which can be accessed by clicking the tabs below this section:

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • An executive summary of COVID-19 in Montville to date
  • Data and reports about cases among Montville residents 
  • General information about COVID-19, case investigation, and contact tracing
  • News items (updated Monday through Friday, with the exception of Township holidays/closures) 
  • Additional resources for more information

Please click on one of the tabs below to see the information in each section.

Trying to find information on COVID-19 vaccines and vaccinations? Please see the "Vaccination" tab.

Trying to find where to get a COVID-19 test? Click here: NJDOH Test Site Finder. Please note that reputable test sites accept insurance, and only directly charge patients who do not have insurance. We recommend that you avoid testing sites and mobile testing services who do not accept insurance and who charge the patient directly. 

Further, please be advised that, based on the continued decline in testing requests at the County College of Morris COVID-19 Test Site, the last day services will be offered at the site is Friday, March 11, 2022.  Requirements for scheduling of appointments remains the same.

 A list of testing resources, which is routinely updated, is available on the County’s site:  Morris County COVID-19 Testing Sites – Morris County, NJ (

Additionally, the NJ Department of Health and Vault Medical Services have partnered to offer a free, at-home COVID-19 saliva test kit that is available to every New Jerseyan who thinks they need a test – even if you don't have symptoms. To order a free test kit, visit  The kit will be shipped through UPS with next-day delivery. Once received, you will connect over Zoom with a Vault healthcare professional who will walk you through the test and answer your questions.

When complete, the test can be sent back in a prepaid package via UPS next-day shipping. You will receive your test results 24 to 48 hours after your sample arrives at the lab.  You will not be charged for the test, and you will not be asked for your credit card information.

To take the test, you will need to connect with a Vault collection supervisor online by logging into your online Vault patient portal with the email address or username you used to order the test kit. You will then enter Vault's virtual waiting room during the hours listed below. No appointments needed.

  • Sunday-Thursday: 8am – 8pm EST
  • Friday: 8am – 6pm EST
  • Saturday: 8am – 6pm EST

You will then connect with a collection supervisor on Zoom (download the free version here). Do not open your collection kit before your Zoom session, and DO NOT eat, drink, smoke, or chew anything for 30 minutes before taking the test. To get your results, you must collect your saliva sample while being observed by a Vault collection supervisor.  Wait times for a clinician are generally 15 minutes or less. Wait times are longest over the noon hour.  For more information or help ordering a kit, visit


Tested positive? Click here for 

Reporting At-Home Test Results? Self-tests are not CLIA-waived tests and are authorized for self-collection, self-testing, and self-reading of test results. Individuals are not required to report the results of at -home-self tests to public health authorities. Persons who test positive for COVID-19 on a self-test should notify their healthcare provider (or LHD if they don’t have a healthcare provider) if they are concerned about their health or have questions on what they should do to protect those around them.

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Looking for support resources for a child in crisis? Please click here: NJ Children's System of Care

Questions about masks and how to wear and clean them?   Click here:  CDC: How to Select, Wear, and Clean Masks

Looking for data on cases in Montville?    Please see the "Data and Reports" section below.

Looking for information on case investigation and contact tracing?    Please see the "Case Investigation and Contact Tracing" section below.

Looking for news items, including Executive Orders and other state directives?    Please see the "News Items" section below. 

Looking for additional resources?    Please see the "Additional Resources" section below.

Other questions?   Please call the Montville Township Health Department at 973-331-3316 or email us at

  2. NEWS
  4. FAQ

For data published by the State (state, county, and municipal level), please go to the NJDOH COVID-19 Dashboard at: - 03/31/21 NEW: information on cases by municipality are now available from the state on their COVID-19 Dashboard, under the Cases By Municipality tab. This information includes numbers and demographics on cases, deaths, and hospitalization discharges for all municipalities with a population of 20,000 or above, which includes Montville Township.

For data published by the County (county and municipal level), please go to:|145c3ba3-86d8-4660-90ca-a3de6bbf7bc2|6fbbdf12-40c9-447a-ba29-3d096c49fccf|en-US#cases 

For additional data summaries reported to the Board of Health (municipal level), please go to:

Montville Township data:

Total Lab-Confirmed Positive Cases: This graph represents the cumulative total of all positive PCR test results (cases) that were received up until that individual day since our first confirmed case in March 2020. This number increases each day that new positive cases are received. The exact number of total cumulative cases on each individual day can be found in the "Total Cases" column of the Daily Case Numbers table shown below these charts. 

Total Cases

As of 12/23/2021 and going forward, New and Total Cases are as reported by Morris County at the link cited above.