HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - It seems that wherever you look, there's a telltale sign that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted daily routines and behaviors.
Signs at the entrances to Duke Farms deliver the news that the 2,100-acre nature preserve is closed to the public.
Signs taped to the glass doors of the Hillsborough municipal building notify visitors that library programs have been canceled, although the library remains open; municipal court is closed for the next two weeks, and please, STOP if you are sneezing or coughing and do not enter the building.
A notice was taped to the front door of Hillsborough High School with the message that Saturday's SAT tests were canceled.
In Somerville, empty store shelves in the Shop-Rite confirm what everyone's talking about - a shortage of toilet paper, which has extended to all paper products.
Shoppers also seem to be stocking up on bread, judging from the shelves that were picked over by late Sunday afternoon.
A sign in the lobby let shoppers know that there was a special on face masks, available at all cashiers.
Elsewhere, there were signs on church doors and schools announcing closures, with more expected to come.
Gov. Phil Murphy will hold a news briefing on Monday at 2 p.m. at which he is expected to announce a statewide closure of schools that could extend for several weeks.