SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - There were not any new cases reported in South Brunswick Township on Sunday. The Middlesex County Department of Health is monitoring the two positive coronavirus cases in South Brunswick. The number of cases on New Jersey rose to 98 for March 15 with 31 new cases reported today. According to the New Jersey Department of Health, there are 12 cases in both Monmouth and Middlesex Counties to date. Bergen County remains the hot spot with 29.

“We are taking all steps to address the spread of the virus," South Brunswick Mayor Charlie Carly said. "Things are changing on an hourly basis, and we need to reinforce the importance of social distancing.”

“We know the numbers are going to increase, but taking steps now and increasing distances can slow the spread," Carly added." Our community will get through this working together.”

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According to the Sunday briefing by the South Brunswick Office of Emergency Management and the South Brunswick Police Department, the districts schools will remain closed all week with students continuing remote learning. The South Brunswick Public Library and the Municipal Courts have been added to the list of township closures. Other closures include:

  • The South Brunswick Senior Center
  • The Township Clerk Office (no passport processing)
  • The Affordable Housing Office

All South Brunswick Parks and Recreation programs are canceled as well. Residents can email affordable housing questions to dbrown@sbtnj.net.

Daily updates will be provided by the South Brunswick Office of Emergency Management and the South Brunswick Police Department.