MILLBURN, NJ — In the latest update from Millburn Township, Mayor Jackie Lieberberg announced a second day in a row with no new cases, as well as other additional information. Excerpts from the letter are below:

There are currently 138 confirmed residents with COVID-19 in Millburn Township.  This marks the second day in a row that Millburn has had zero new positive patients reported. Essex County is reporting 16,977 residents having tested positive for COVID-19.  

Essex County mobile testing is up and running and the locations are listed on the Essex County website. Next Tuesday, 5/26, the mobile unit will be in Cedar Grove and next Thursday, 5/28, Codey Arena, in West Orange.  Please be sure to sign up in advance on the website.

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Because of Covid-19, the Millburn Pool’s opening date of May 23 has been delayed and a new opening weekend date has not yet been determined. The municipal pool will open if permissions are granted and if we can provide a safe and enjoyable pool environment.  

"We are developing plans and are preparing for a pool opening based on the CDC’s Considerations for Public Pools and the New Jersey Recreation & Park Association’s Covid-19 Aquatic Plans.  Updates will be communicated."

Residents, please take this weekend to support, shop and check in on your local businesses.  Many retailers are now open for curbside pickup and are available online for shopping.  Give them a call or check their website.  One of our businesses is turning 100 this weekend.  Congratulations to Buncher’s Hardware on this incredible milestone.  Let’s take this weekend to show our support to all our merchants by shopping local #MillburnStrong ---Stay local, shop local.

Congratulations to our MSH 6th Grade Lacrosse club that raised $7500 last Saturday for our first responders—MSHVFAS, the Police and Fire Departments with their Marathon run—great work on behalf of these young individuals.