MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty provided residents with a daily update on Tueday April 14 by first announcing that it's "Talk to Someone Tuesday".
Mayor Dougherty is encouraging residents to pick up the phone and talk to someone.
"That doesn't mean through a Facebook post or a text, but pick up the phone and have a human connection", said Dougherty. "Reach out and call someone today and see how they are doing."
There were no new cases of COVID-19 overnight, so the town remains at 229 positive cases, he said. Dougherty also reiterated the new executive order not allowing internet and phone companies to suspend service. All the Executive Orders can be found on the town's website. You can find the orders HERE
Dougherty mentioned the collaboration that Governor Murphy announced yesterday between New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware and Massachusetts.
"Reopening the economy needs to be done slowly, methodically and in collaboration with all these other states and I think that's the right move", said Dougherty. "I was very happy to hear that yesterday and look forward to working with the Governor on moving our town forward".
Mayor Dougherty asked residents to continue to practice social and physical distancing. Wear your masks and wash your hands, he reminded. He also acknowledged all those who are helping the community to get through this.
"I just want to thank everybody broadly for what you are doing in our community, helping so many people and makes it tolerable to get through this with the help that you are doing for our community", said Dougherty.
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