PLAINFIELD, NJ — As the Memorial Day weekend comes to a close, the Plainfield administration has announced there are 2,083 positive COVID-19 cases. While there are no cases reported today, there are 95 fatalities in the Queen City.
There was one fatality reported Sunday, a female, 92-years-old, of undetermined ethnicity. On Friday, there were five deaths reported: a Hispanic male, 62-years-old; a Hispanic male, 80-years-old; a 72-year-old Caucasian male; an African-American female, 76-years-old; and a female, 86-years-old, of undetermined ethnicity.
Plainfield's annual Memorial Day remembrance service that honors those who have served was different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. A virtual celebration was offered, and you can watch it here.
The daily update included news from Mayor Adrian O. Mapp, who said he will lay out his plan for re-opening City Hall on Wednesday, May 27 at 6 p.m. Check out the information HERE.
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