MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty provided residents with a daily update on Wednesday April 22.  The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Morristown has increased to 337, said Mayor Dougherty.

Mayor Dougherty emphasized that residents should not hesitate to go to Morristown Medical Center. Listen to your body, he said. 

"They have two pathways and you won't be exposed to any issue they are dealing with COVID-19", said Dougherty. "So please, if you don't feel right and there is something wrong, go to the emergency room, call 911. Don't worry. Don't be fearful of coronavirus at the hospital. They have it under control", he said.

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Earth Day is today, April 22.

Mayor Dougherty announced that they will be planting (hopefully, he said)  about 26 trees in May, he said. In the fall, there will be another 85-100 trees planted around town. It's Earth Day and the parks are open for passive recreation, Dougherty reminded residents.

"Take time and take a look at our natural resources, here in town", said Dougherty.


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