NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Mayor Al Morgsn provided a COVID-19 update reporting three new cases from non Long Term Care facilities and a community death. There have been 163 total cases reported in New Providence with 27 total deaths, and one case is active.. 

Long Term Care (LTC) cases are included in the above New Providence reporting totals:

  • Lantern Hill Independent Living: 9 Positive Cases; 3 Deaths; 0 Active
  • Lantern Hill LTC: 17 Positive Cases; 9 Deaths; 0 Active
  • Spring Grove LTC: 46 Positive Cases; 8 Deaths; 0 Active
  • Total NP Cases non/LTC: 91; Recovered non/LTC: 83

Current New Providence Active Cases non/LTC: 1; Total NP Deaths non/LTC: 7

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Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 165, which lifts 50 percent capacity limits on NJ TRANSIT and private-carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and Access Link vehicles, and now requires that NJ TRANSIT and private-carriers limit vehicles to the maximum seated capacity, effective at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15th. The Governor’s Executive Order continues mitigation efforts that were previously implemented, including requiring workers and customers to wear face coverings while on all buses, trains, light rail vehicles, and Access Link vehicles. This Order extends face covering requirements for workers and customers to the indoor premises of trains, buses, stations, or facilities owned or operated by NJ TRANSIT or private-carriers, as well as the outdoor portion of stations where social distancing is not practicable. The only exceptions for these face covering requirements are when wearing a face covering would inhibit that individual’s health or where the individual is under two years of age. The Order also explicitly prohibits the consumption of food or beverages and smoking in all trains, buses, and vehicles that are operated by NJ TRANSIT, private carriers, and Employer Provided Transportation Services. The Order also imposes certain mitigation efforts on employers that provide transportation services to workers or employees to get to, return from, or move within or among worksites that are not otherwise available to the general public. For a copy of Executive Order No. 165, please visit here: