MILLBURN, NJ — After another day of cases holding steady in town, Millburn Mayor Jackie Lieberberg announced the latest case totals, as well as additional information about updates moving forward.

As of yesterday's update, there are currently 125 confirmed residents with COVID-19 in Millburn Township. 62% have recovered. As of this time, there are no additional fatalities to report in Millburn. Overall Essex County is reporting 15,053 residents having tested positive for COVID-19.

With life inching back to normal, another major milestone will be reached when the tennis courts return to operation.

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"We are pleased to report that municipally owned tennis courts will open [today] for members," Lieberberg said. "All members utilizing the Township’s tennis courts must follow the guidance and rules set forth by the recreation department.  To sign up for a membership and review the Township’s guidelines for court usage, please visit the Township recreation webpage.

The link is https://twp.millburn.nj.us/415/Tennis-and-Pickleball-Programs.

Another change to the routine will coming start next week, as Millburn Township switches to a lessened coverage schedule. Voice calls on Monday, Wednesday and Friday will cease. Instead an email update will be sent on Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. and a voice call will be done on Friday at 4:00 p.m. 

"We are thankful that the Township’s situation continues to remain steady and we will adjust our communication accordingly," Lieberberg said. "If you have not signed up for SwiftReach alerts or wish to manage your account to receive emails, please visit http://bit.ly/millburnSWIFT"