SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The South Brunswick Township canceled the virtual community forum that was scheduled for Monday night at 8 PM over ZOOM. At tonight’s board of education meeting, Superintendent Scott Feder will be reporting on the state of South Brunswick schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new virtual community forum will be scheduled at a later date.

            Today, the Middlesex County Health Department notified the township of 10 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of positive South Brunswick residents to 243. The new cases range from 27-75 years of age, they are two males and eight females. Five South Brunswick residents have died due to the Coronavirus.

            On Thursday, April 23rd, the South Brunswick motor vehicle inspection station will conduct a drive-thru testing site for any Middlesex residents. Patients will be given the saliva test that was made by Rutgers University. Reservation will open up at 10 AM on April 21st, click here to make a reservation or call (732)745-3100.

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            The South Brunswick School District announced that they will continue to serve meals to children from grades K-12 regardless of their lunch status. Any family with children in the South Brunswick School District that are experiencing financial hardship due to the pandemic can apply for reduced or free meals. Visit your Genesis parent portal for more information.

            Tomorrow, the South Brunswick Food Pantry will begin to serve families twice a week with drive thru care packages. For any South Brunswick resident who wishes to register for food, please email the Social Services Director Jeanne Wert at

            There are currently 88,806 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state. There are 8,346 cases in Middlesex County according to the official New Jersey COVID-19 website