South Brunswick will hold virtual sharing session on April 20 regarding COVID-19


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SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Three additional South Brunswick residents have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in town to 194.

The new patients range in age from 23 to 57 years old; two are male and one is female, according to information provided by the township on April 15.

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The South Brunswick Board of Education will host a virtual sharing and question/answer session regarding the COVID-19 pandemic at 8 p.m. April 20. The forum will have township and school leaders discuss the current status of the community and what may be ahead. Featured in the presentations will be Mayor Charles Carley, Township Administrator Bernard Hvozdovic, South Brunswick Police Chief Raymond Hayducka and Superintendent of Schools Scott Feder.

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