SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - For the first time since March 15th, there are no newly reported positive cases of COVID-19 in South Brunswick. The first two cases were reported in South Brunswick on March 15th by the Middlesex County Health Department. The cases involved two residents, one of whom is a South Brunswick High School student, who attended a party in Princeton where two attendees were linked to an outbreak of the virus at a conference in Boston.

As of today, there are 359 cases of COVID-19 in the township, 18 residents have died according to the latest available numbers. The Middlesex County Health Department is currently leading all investigations into the spread of the virus in South Brunswick.

On April 24th, the South Brunswick Office of Emergency Management reported a significant decrease in the number of first aid calls related to the Coronavirus. They experienced fewer than 100 calls in a week for the first time since the beginning of March.