SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - There are four new cases of Coronavirus in South Brunswick bringing the total number in the community to 290, according to the Middlesex County Health Department. The new cases are three females and one male, with ages ranging from 24 to 55. 18 South Brunswick residents have died due to the Coronavirus.
Earlier this week, the South Brunswick School District announced that they will provide free/reduced meals to any family with a child in the district regardless of their lunch status. The schools will also be doing food drop offs from school buses on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Click here to register. The Schedule can be found by clicking here.
The South Brunswick Police Department has reported that fewer people are calling first aid, which can be seen as a sign that the community has slowed down the spread. Last week, from April 12th to the 19th, the South Brunswick EMS received fewer than 100 first aid calls. This is the first time there has been fewer than 100 calls in three weeks, representing the first decrease since March 1st.
The state was able to confirm 3,457 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state total to 105,523 according to Governor Murphy. There are currently 10,075 positive cases in Middlesex County, according to the official New Jersey COVID-19 website.