MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty provided residents with a daily update on Wednesday April 29.

Morristown has increased to 405 cases of COVID-19, said Dougherty. 

"We can't change what we are doing", said Dougherty in response to the numbers leveling out. "We have to continue to be vigilant on our physical distancing, washing hands and remember to wear face protection."

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Earlier today, Governor Murphy stated that state and county parks as well as golf courses will be open for passive recreation, as of May 2. Restrooms and club houses will remain closed, said Dougherty.

"Keep doing what we are doing", he said. "We want all our stores to open in the downtown. The business district is so important to Morristown. Start preparing for reopening".


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