SOUTH BRUNSWICK – South Brunswick Township was notified of six new COVID-19 cases in town as of April 6, bringing the total confirmed cases to 63.
The latest cases involve two men and four women, ranging in age from 24-51 years old, all of whom are recovering at home, according to information provided by the township police department.
Residents seeking general information on COVID-19 can call 2-1-1. Residents can also receive live text message assistance by texting their zip code to 898-211.
The CDC has issued a Domestic Travel Advisory for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut:
For clarification on which businesses are deemed essential:
Donations of masks, gloves and other PPE may be made here:
For social distancing guidance for essential retail businesses:
In an effort to combat rumors and disinformation regarding COVID-19, the following site was created:
New Jersey to New York, NY Waterway ferry service is suspended until further notice:
Amtrak implemented major service adjustments:
NJ Transit updated schedules are available at:
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) updates:
State parks, forests, recreation areas and wildlife management areas remain open to the public for passive recreation with social distancing. However, to protect public health and safety due to the spread of COVID-19, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has closed all park facilities (restrooms, offices, nature centers, historic buildings, playgrounds, shooting/target ranges, golf courses), canceled all events and camping reservations through April 30.
The Department of Human Services has taken several steps to assist and to protect residents:
Volunteer healthcare workers are sought, and monetary donations are being accepted for NJ Pandemic Relief:
Guidelines and FAQs for state employees:
Additional COVID-19 related information for New Jersey businesses:
Information on COVID-19 from the NJ Department of Health:
The New Jersey Department of Children and Families website lists all of the current childcare facilities that have been certified to care for the children of essential employees in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order #110:
All New Jersey MVCs will be closed until April 12. MVC will grant a two-month extension for driver licenses, registrations and inspection stickers scheduled to expire in March, April and May.