SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The South Brunswick Police Department has confirmed that two residents are in self-quarantine after being exposed to two people who tested positive for COVID-19 at a party in Princeton. All senior centers are currently closed in the area, as seniors are the most susceptible to contract the disease.

Self-quarantine is a voluntary action taken with the goal of separating and restricting the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick. This process is a voluntary one, and the residents are complying according to the South Brunswick Police Department. The Department is unable to release any information about the two residents. They were also unable to confirm or deny if they have seen a doctor or have been given a test for COVID-19.

The senior centers have been closed out of an abundance of caution as they are a high risk population. During their closure, touch surfaces and buses for transportation are being sanitized, according to the Police Department.