SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - There are five new cases of Coronavirus in South Brunswick, bringing the total number of positive cases to 357 according to the Middlesex County Health Department. The new cases are three males and two females with ages ranging from 17 to71. According to the most recent numbers available from the Office of Emergency Management, 18 South Brunswick residents have died due to COVID-19.

The township has created a new website where residents can find all relevant information on local restaurants, pharmacies, grocery stores and convenience stores in South Brunswick. The website can be found by clicking here. All questions should be submitted to the Township Manager Bernard P. Hvozdovic Jr. at

The MyInstaDoc clinic in Monroe Township has begun to do Antibody testing exclusively for healthcare workers, first responders and public servants living in Middlesex County. All patients must be cleared of all COVID-19 symptoms for at least 14 days. Please call for 609-207-3220 or click here to make an appointment.

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The South Brunswick Parks and Recreations Department has opened up the Kingsley tennis court along with courts in Woodlot Parks and Summerfield. Residents are reminded to continue social distancing while playing and to use proper health precautions.

Today, the state was able to confirm 1,621 new cases bringing the state total to 128,269 according to Governor Murphy. There are currently 12,768 cases of Coronavirus in Middlesex County, according to the official New Jersey COVID-19 website.