MONTVILLE, NJ – Residents can breathe a collective sigh of relief, as current cases of COVID-19 hit a peak of 80 on April 27 but then sharply dropped for the four days following that as residents recover from the disease. Since the peak, three or fewer cases of the disease have been reported in the township daily.
As of Friday, May 1, there were 40 cases of the Coronavirus in the township, a number that has not been seen since the end of March.
With the township’s and county’s parks re-opening on May 2, residents should remember to practice social distancing protocols and follow the rules as set up by the CDC and the township (read about them here).
See the town’s COVID-19 page for CDC links and more information.
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