RED BANK, NJ: David Henry, Health Officer with the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission (MCRHC), confirmed that one of  the two tenants at the Grandville Tower tested positive for COVID19 and the other negative.

PRC Group, the owner and manager of the Grandville Tower, earlier informed the tenants of the potential infections with two correspondences. 

The first, dated March 14th, advised the residents that, “…two residents were determined to be presumptively positive…”

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The second letter, dated March 16th, asserted that because of privacy laws, PRC was not permitted to divulge the names of the affected tenants.  That letter partially stated, “…we can inform you that in the last two weeks the two residents had been together and had been in contact with another individual, who was subsequently confirmed to have contracted the virus.”

PRC immediately went into action with two bio-hazard cleanings of the ten-story tall apartment building.

TAPinto Red Bank initially broke the story on the two tenants that were exposed to the Coronavirus last Tuesday, March 17th.  To read that article, click HERE.

To read a follow up TAPinto Red Bank article and interview with Health Official David Henry, click HERE.

Ziad “Z” Shehady, Business Administrator for Red Bank confirmed that he tested positive for the Coronavirus last Thursday, March 14th.  In a reply to a TAPinto Red Bank inquiry he said that, “We aren't permitted to comment on the cases or provide any more information than what the health officer disclosed.”

To read the article on Shehady’s announcement, click HERE.

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