PLAINFIELD, NJ — According to the daily report from the administration, three more Plainfield residents have lost their lives as a result of the coronavirus. The number of positive COVID-19 cases in town stands at 2,023, with 2,681 self-quarantined.
The reported total of those Plainfield residents lost as of Thursday was 62. On Friday, the administration announced the loss of a 62-year-old male, and provided a breakdown by ethnicity of those lost; the majority of fatalities are Hispanics, at 55.6 percent, and African Americans, at 27.8 percent. A greater number of females (55.6%) have succumbed to the virus compared to males (44.4%).
The announcement of the three lives lost today, including two African American females 75-years old and 67-years-old, and a 59-year-old male, brings the total number of lives lost in the Queen City to 66.
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Some budget deliberation dates have changed. Each session can be viewed by the public using this Zoom link.
- The Department of Health & Social Services, and the Department of Communications & Technology session will now take place on Wednesday, May 20 at 7 p.m.
- The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee's report will be presented on Wednesday, May 27 at 7 p.m.
Possible adoption of the budget will take place at the council's combined agenda meeting on Monday, June 8.
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