Coronavirus News

June 23, 2020

BASKING RIDGE, NJ – Fellowship Senior Living in Basking Ridge was chosen to be on the forefront of COVID-19 onsite antibody testing by Somerset County in partnership with the Bernards Township Department of Health and Advocare Basking Ridge Pediatrics. Fellowship was given the rare opportunity to ...

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SOMERSET HILLS, NJ - The "Mayors for Main Street" alliance, with membership including mayors from four Somerset Hills towns and others in Somerset, Morris, Warren, and Somerset counties, on Thursday announced a letter had been sent to the governor's office, legislative leaders and district ...

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported that there were 3,936 cases of COVID-19 in the county as of Tuesday morning, an increase of 20 cases since Monday. With two additional cases since Monday, Bernards Township has had a total of 241 cases since the start of ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,864 coronavirus cases on Friday, an increase of 14 overnight. There were 60 cases in Bernardsville on Friday, a reduction of one case overnight. Bedminster's total of 38 cases was unchanged. There have been 390 ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,822 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, an increase of 35 overnight. There were 61 cases in Bernardsville on Wednesday, with one new case reported overnight. Bedminster had 37 cases, a total unchanged from the day ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,682 coronavirus cases on Thursday, an increase of 13 overnight. The addition of 13 cases across the county is the smallest one-day increase in Somerset County since March 21, when testing was not nearly as widely ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,669 coronavirus cases on Thursday, an increase of 23 overnight. There are 59 cases in Bernardsville and 35 in Bedminster. Neither community had any additional cases since Wednesday. Statewide, there is a total ...

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,613 coronavirus cases in the county on Monday, an increase of 23 overnight. There are 59 cases in Bernardsville--one more than on Sunday--and 35 in Bedminster--unchanged overnight. A total of 330 deaths in ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- The Somerset County Department of Health reported a total of 3,387 coronavirus cases in the county on Wednesday, an increase of 23 overnight. There are 58 cases in Bernardsville and 33 in Bedminster. That is an increase of one case since Tuesday in each community. The ...

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ - Basking Ridge Helping Basking Ridge Facebook group was created about four weeks ago to help residents during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. The group of neighbors, friends and strangers is 1,000 members strong. Basking Ridge resident Victoria Costa started the Facebook group ...

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BEDMINSTER, NJ - This afternoon Karl Rock, Chief of the Bedminster Township Police Department, announced the passing of the township’s Patrol Sergeant AlTerek Patterson.   “Sergeant Patterson fought a courageous battle against COVID-19 and unexpectedly passed away early this morning,” Chief Rock ...

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PEAPACK AND GLADSTONE, NJ -- The borough has made the decision to keep its municipal parks open for now, even after New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy mandated the closure of all state and county parks with an executive order this week to combat the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. "As of Wednesday ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - Churches in and around the Somerset Hills are offering Easter week services online this week as New Jersey continues to be under stay at home orders because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Below is a list of churches in and around Bernardsville holding online services beginning ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Shoppers now must wear a face covering when going into a store, according to one of three new executive orders Gov. Phil Murphy signed today, along with his pleas for families to “stay away from each other” on the first night of Passover. During his daily briefing Wednesday, the ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ _ Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery has put a callout for donations of baby monitors that will be used by COVID-19 patients to communicate with nurses at Morristown Medical Center. The art gallery at 5 Morristown Road (Route 202) is closed for now, but Studio 7 director Kathleen Palmer ...

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BERNARDSVILLE, NJ -- As of Thursday morning, Bernardsville had 16 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, and one of them is Borough Councilman Thomas O'Dea. O'Dea has been self-quarantining at home during his recovery and said that, so far, his symptoms have been relatively ...

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FAR HILLS, NJ _ It's no surprise that a giant event that draws crowds of thousands of people _ the Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills'  twice-a-year rummage sale, which had been scheduled for the beginning of May _ has been called off. Both shoppers and those who donate items to be ...

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BEDMINSTER, NJ -- The township was notified Thursday of the death of a resident who had previously tested positive for COVID-19. Somerset County Department of Health confirmed that the resident was between 60 and 69 years old, but Bedminster had no other information regarding the person who ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Governor Phil Murphy today announced the launch of a new online portal to connect New Jersey residents with jobs in critical industries responding to COVID-19. The jobs portal is available here:https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov. Employers in critical industries should submit information ...

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BEDMINSTER, NJ -- The Clarence Dillon Public Library in Bedminster will remain closed through at least March 31, according to a message on its website. The library shut its doors on March 17 in response to the threat of the COVID-19 virus and canceled all planned programs for the remainder of ...

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