PISCATAWAY, NJ – Piscataway officials were notified Sunday that four more residents have tested positive for COVID-19. These four bring the total number of positive cases to 33 in the township.
Residents are urged to continue practicing social distancing and limit gatherings in an effort to flatten the spread of coronavirus.
The cases are under investigation by the Middlesex County Health Department.
The Middlesex County Office of Health Services is the lead agency investigating cases of a positive COVID-19 person, including all close contacts. If it is determined that a resident is in close contact with someone infected with COVID-19, the County Office of Health Services will reach out.
Close contact is being within a 6-foot radius of the person for a minimum duration of 10 minutes. People who are outside of this are not considered a close contact. It is important for everyone to monitor their health and consult a primary care physician if exhibiting symptoms.
If residents have questions regarding COVID-19, they may call the NJ State Health Call Center at 1-800-222-1222. This information is available in several languages.
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