SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - There are 28 new cases of COVID-19 in South Brunswick according to the Middlesex County Health Department, making this the biggest one-day spike in cases in the township. There are now 115 positive cases of Coronavirus in South Brunswick.
A 93-year-old woman from South Brunswick died today from the Coronavirus while being hospitalized. This is the fifth death from the Coronavirus in South Brunswick in the past three days. Yesterday, two men aged 46 and 60 passed away. This past Tuesday, a mother and her daughter died from Coronavirus 17 hours apart.
South Brunswick will have a drive-thru testing facility opening at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Station Inspection Station in Dayton. The facility will only be in operation on April 11th, 13th, and 15th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Tests will be available to all who live in Middlesex County and are showing symptoms of Coronavirus. To make an appointment in advance, click here.
Today, Governor Murphy signed an executive order to extend a grace period for those who are financially impacted by the pandemic. This order includes a 60 day period for health and dental insurance policies and a 90-day period for home, auto and life insurance.
The state was able to confirm 3,748 positive cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the state’s total amount to 51,027 according to Governor Murphy. There are currently 4,628 cases of Coronavirus in Middlesex County, according to the state official COVID-19 website.