DENVILLE, NJ – Denville Township has advised that the Denville Police Department in conjunction with the Township of Denville has created a COVID-19 Information Center for residents to get the latest information, data, details and recommendations related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Denville Township also announced that on March 24, the township received permission from the New Jersey Department of Health to release statistics related to the number of positive COVID-19 cases reported in Denville. The information can be found on the COVID-19 Information Center webpage; click on Current COVID-19 Statistics for Denville Township. As of March 25, the Township of Denville currently has a total of 10 residents within the township who have tested positive for COVID-19. This information will be updated regularly.
According to the township, while it is authorized to release the number of positive COVID-19 cases reported in Denville, pursuant to state and federal law, it is strictly prohibited from releasing the identity or any identifying details associated with any of the individuals who have tested positive.
The township further shared the following sentiment, “First, to our fellow residents who are battling COVID-19 or experiencing other health issues at this time, we extend our most sincere wishes to you for a speedy recovery and good health. Second, to all other residents, as the prevalence of COVID-19 is growing in our community, state and country, we cannot emphasize enough the importance of following the CDC guidelines and the Governor's Executive Orders as they relate to combating the virus and reducing the spread of the virus.”
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