NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Mayor Al Morgan's update includes a list of businesses now permitted to operate under current Executive Order as of May 4, 2020. Click here for updated list. 

"Every business or entity that is permitted open must comply with the requirements of all Executive Orders and all Administrative Orders," said Mayor Al Morgan. Please see Borough website for more information at www.newprov.org.

The COVID-19 update reports four new cases in the borough bringing the total number of cases to 132. There are 46 recovered and 24 deaths reported. 

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The Long Term Care update:
Lantern Hill Independent Living:
These cases are included in the above NP reported totals:
9 Positive Cases
3 Deaths

Long Term Care (LTC):
These cases are included in the above NP reporting totals:
Lantern Hill LTC-
16 Positive Cases
  9 Deaths



Spring Grove LTC-
31 Positive Cases
   7 Deaths

Total LTC Cases: 56
Total LTC Deaths: 19

Total NP Cases w/o LTC: 76
Total NP Recovered w/o LTC: 46
Current NP Active Cases w/o LTC: 25
Total NP Deaths w/o LTC: 5



Morgan reminds residents to follow all protocols, so we can help keep everyone safe. "Please continue to shelter in, only essential outings, and if out, social distancing is required and will be enforced. No gatherings. No get togethers. Mask when and where you can include all open retail establishments and on all NJ Transit. Please continue to keep our lost, afflicted, and their families in your thoughts and prayers. Please put a light in your window to help light up our nights in support, remembrance, and in solidarity in our fight against COVID-19. We will continue to keep you updated as we receive confirmed information."

"Please continue to stay strong, and keep positive. Please check in on neighbors, especially our vulnerable and our seniors. We will get through this together. Pioneer Strong," said Morgan.

Editor's Note: Click here for updated New Providence COVID-19 Business Directory.