SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Middlesex County Health Department has notified the South Brunswick township of 13 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total amount of residents who have tested positive to 191. The new cases range from 10 to 85 years of age, they are 7 males and 6 females. There have been five deaths due to the Coronavirus in South Brunswick.
Tomorrow is the last day of drive-thru testing at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Inspection Station in Dayton from 10 AM to 2 PM. The drive-thru is available to anyone who is living in Middlesex County. Patients must be exhibiting symptoms such as shortness of breath or high fevers. To make an appointment, click here to register.
South Brunswick Mayor Charles Carley announced today that the township will be expanding services at the food pantry. Starting on April 21st, residents can pre-register and pick up food at the municipal building twice a week. To register for food, please email Jeanne Wert at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Everyone has been doing great, and the majority are adhering to the rules, and wearing their cloth face masks when in stores and restaurants, but we really need everyone to cooperate and wear them when around other people in public places. And we realize that this is spring break and kids want to be outside, but please remind them to maintain proper social distancing and to stay off the playground equipment. This is for everyone's good." said Mayor Carley in a released statement.
The state was able to confirm 4,059 positive cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the state’s total amount to 68,824 according to Governor Murphy. There are currently 5,693 cases of Coronavirus in Middlesex County, according to the state official COVID-19 website.