RANDOLPH, NJ- The following is an update from Randolph Township :

Thank you to everyone for your continued patience and support during this challenging time. The
following is a summary of the most recent information/actions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.


CONFIRMED CASES
As of today, there are 25,590 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey, 1,082 of which are in Morris
County. Three new cases in Randolph were confirmed today. However, it was determined that one case
previously reported as a Randolph resident was from another town; the total number of cases to date is
58. Of the 58 cases, thirteen households have more than one individual, accounting for 27 of the cases.
Four individuals are currently hospitalized. All individuals considered to be close contacts of the confirmed
cases are in the process of being reached and asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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It is with great sadness that we must report another fatality in Randolph, bringing the total to two. Our
thoughts are with the families at this extremely difficult time. The families have requested that out of
respect for their privacy, no further information be released.


LOCAL INFORMATION
The township recycling center remains open during its regular business hours, Wednesday-Friday 7am-
3pm; Saturday 8am-4pm; and Sunday 9am-3pm.


The Randolph Rescue Squad (RRS) continues to collect N95 masks, eye protection, sterile gowns,
disposable gowns, surgical gloves, nitrile gloves, regular masks, and slip resistant shoes. The items will
be distributed to St. Clare's Hospital, Dover & Denville campuses, and to Morristown Medical Center.
Collections bins will be located outside the RRS building, 780 Route 10 West, and the Randolph
Municipal Building, 502 Millbrook Avenue. Residents can drop off items 24/7; RRS volunteers will be
collecting items daily. Thank you for your help!