MILLBURN, NJ — Yesterday afternoon, Millburn Township released the latest on COVID-19 cases in town, as well as additional information for township residents.
As of yesterday afternoon, there are currently 118 confirmed residents with COVID 19 in Millburn Township. Approximately 54% of Millburn residents infected with COVID 19 have recovered. Essex County is reporting 13,561 cases countywide.
The overall number of cases can fluctuate in either direction for a variety of reason, but is generally due to a final determination of residency. For example, someone may have a home in Millburn, but also have a permanent address in New York City.
In addition, resident in need of food or know someone that does, may contact the township food pantry. Ana Millan the Township’s social worker can be reached by phone at 973-535-7961 X 231. The food pantry was featured in an article here in TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills earlier this month.
All inquiries to the pantry are confidential. The township asks for donations of only foods that are unexpired, not too close to expiration and with no glass packaging.
In her update, Mayor Lieberberg also shouted out Saina and Amay Balsara, who were profiled by TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills in a story about their efforts. The pair have created and distributed more than 600 care packages of healthy snacks and drinks to front line workers at local hospitals. For more info about contributing fresh fruit, drinks, snacks and/or donating financially, please email: email@example.com