ROSELLE, NJ - Free Coronavirus PPE will be handed out at Borough Hall for Roselle residents on Monday, July 6. The program will take place from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The packets will contain multiple safety items including masks donated by the Union County Freeholders.

This program comes just as New Jersey begins to reopen. So far the curve has remained flat through the first two phases of reopening. On July 2, Roselle reported two new positive cases of COVID-19 in the borough. This is a significant decline from April 2 when Roselle reported 25 new cases. 

Residents who plan on collecting a safety packet from the Borough Hall parking lot will also be required to wear a mask. Everyone will need to provide proof of address before they are able to collect their PPE.