LIVINGSTON, NJ — In response to a request from the Livingston Office of Emergency Management (OEM), a much-needed supply of protective gowns, gloves and masks have been delivered from the New Jersey State Police to Atrium Post Acute Care of Livingston to be used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

On behalf of the rehabilitation center, located at 348 East Cedar Street in Livingston, Livingston OEM Coordinator Christopher Mullin extended the request for supplies to the Essex County OEM, which then forwarded the request to the New Jersey State Police OEM.

Mullin, who also serves as fire chief for the Township of Livingston, explained that the state OEM has been coordinating the distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) to all 21 counties, which then distributes supplies as needed to the individual municipalities.

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Pictured above (left to right) are Essex County Sheriff’s Officer Petrucci, Atrium Post Acute Care Administrator Steven Salvano, Essex County Sheriff’s Officer Colon, Essex County Sheriff’s Det. Harper and Mullin.

Although they are not pictured, Mullin expressed that Cpt. Edward Esposito and Det. Stephine Knox were also instrumental in acquiring this PPE shipment.