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No New COVID-19 Cases in Summit for Third Straight Day

June 1, 2020

SUMMIT, NJ - The City of Summit closed May on a positive note with the news that -- for the third consecutive day -- there were no new cases of COVID-19 reported by the New Jersey State Department of Health.

After being notified of four new cases on May 28, Summit saw zero cases on May 29-31.

Summit's total number of cases since the start of the pandemic remains at 204.

Latest COVID-19 Figures from Summit and the State

TRENTON, NJ - The State of New Jersey reported an additional 910 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, pushing its total to 159,608, Gov. Phil Murphy detailed May 30 via Twitter.

Of the patients reported, 2,626 are in hospitals, 672 are in critical or intensive care, and 499 are on ventilator, according to the governor.Murphy also reported that 113 New ...

More on Day Care, Camps and Pools Reopening from Murphy

TRENTON, NJ – Day care centers for the children of essential workers have been opened throughout the COVID-19 crisis. As Governor Phil Murphy announced yesterday, they reopen to other parents on June 15.  Within the next few weeks, non-contact sports activities and youth day camps also may open up. What does all this mean? What about pools?

Commissioner of the Department of Children ...

Daily Update: No New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - The City of Summit got a dose of good news on May 29 in the form of a notification from the New Jersey State Department of Health that there were no new cases of COVID-19 to report in Summit.

The positive update follows the report of four new cases the day prior, a sum that matched the highest single-day increase in a month.

Summit's total number of confirmed ...

Murphy: Childcare Centers, Summer Camps and Youth Sports Can Reopen; Targets June 12 for Return of Worship Services

TRENTON, NJ -- The reopening process for the State of New Jersey continues as Gov. Phil Murphy on Frday announced that he has lifted restrictions for daycare centers, summer camps, and non-contact youth sports. The reopening dates are:

Child care centers (June 15)
Non-contact organized sports activities (June 22)
Youth day camps, including municipal summer rec programs (July ...

NJ Medical Director Cautions Against ‘Mask Droop Syndrome’; COVID-19 Hospitalizations Slightly Up for Second Day

TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey’s medical director on Thursday set the record straight on the newly-arrived trend of donning a face mask as means of COVID-19 protection but not including one’s nose — known as 'mask droop syndrome'.

“We understand that it’s uncomfortable, that people have problems with glasses fogging up [and] that it is difficult to see your ...

Summit Sees Largest Daily Increase of Reported COVID-19 Cases in a Month

SUMMIT, NJ - Four new cases of COVID-19 in the City of Summit have been reported by the New Jersey State Department of Health. The quartet of new cases are the largest daily increase since April 28, which also saw four new cases.

Summit's total number of cases since the pandemic began now stands at 204.

New Confirmed COVID-19 Case is Summit's 200th Since Pandemic's Onset

SUMMIT, NJ - The New Jersey State Department of Health has reported one new case of COVID-19 in the City of Summit. The additional case brings Summit's total to 200 cases since the pandemic began. There have been three cases total reported in the past seven days.

A total of 16 Summit lives have been claimed by the virus, with eight of the fatalities associated with long-term ...

Widespread Testing Signals 'Enormous’ Progress for NJ’s Road Back

TRENTON, NJ - One month into New Jersey’s recovery period, trends in data are showing the state is well past COVID-19’s harrowing April peak. 

But according to officials, the decreases in new cases and hospitalizations aren’t a declaration of victory. Gov. Phil Murphy reminded citizens on Wednesday that while numbers continue to fall the state, they’re still ...

For Second Consecutive Day, No New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - For the second straight day, there were no new cases of COVID-19 reported in the City of Summit by the New Jersey State Department of Health, marking first time since the pandemic began that there were no new, confirmed cases in back-to-back days.

Summit's case total since the onset of the pandemic remains at 199.


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Summit Police Blotter

May 30, 2020

05/13 - At 1110 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Broad Street business of soft top covers for a Jeep Wrangler style vehicle. The victim reported the incident occurred sometime within the prior thirty days, when six (6) Jeep Wrangler soft tops were stolen from the property. The victim reported the combined value at the time of the report was approximately $18,000.00. 

05/13 - At ...

Summit EMS Report - April, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 135 emergency calls for help in April. These included 91 medical emergencies: eight motor vehicle accidents, including a rollover, a head-on collision, and a person trapped; 10 traumatic injuries; 10 falls; five reports of poisoning or overdose; one allergic reaction; and two responses to a medical alarm. Squad Volunteers also ...

VIDEO: Point View's Dietze Reviews Investment Opportunities as Market Looks Forward

June 1, 2020

What five stocks should you add to your portfolio today? Point View’s David Dietze Skypes live with Nicole Petallides:

Point View Wealth Management is an SEC-registered investment adviser and part of Peapack Private Wealth Management. For over 25 years, Point View Wealth Management has been providing customized portfolio ...

We Still Need Your Help | Donation Drives at the Summit YMCA

Thank you so much for all you have done, with your help we have been able to entertain and feed countless families. But we are not done! Close to 100 Games have been donated and distributed to those in need but so many families could still use a way to stay engaged while staying safe at home. Our commitment to Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility has not and will not ...

Summit Real Estate Report - March, 2020

Prominent Property Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from March, 2020.

Active Listings ...

Consumer Defensive Stocks – A Safe Port in the Storm?

As the Coronavirus grips much of the world, global travel and commerce have come to a screeching halt.  The last thing people want to think about is getting on an airplane, checking into a hotel or spending money on the latest fashions.  They are concerned about sourcing food, cleaning supplies, and the holy grail – toilet paper. 

Investors have long been drawn to consumer ...

Coronavirus Pandemic Adds to the Admiration as Hospital Honors Local EMS Members

Overlook Medical Center celebrated the work of the dedicated EMS first responders throughout the communities it serves with awards, gifts and other recognition as part of the national EMS Week, May 18–22.

“The first responders throughout our region have been our steadfast partners through the height of the pandemic, and their collaboration in caring for our patients during this ...

How to Relieve Zoom Fatigue

The purpose of this article is not to criticize Telehealth or Zoom meetings.  On the contrary. There are so many important benefits to virtual meetings(1), not the least of which is the ability to stay connected during this very critical period. My goal is to identify some of the concerns which have been raised about using virtual interactions and then summarize some ways to ...

Rules of Engagement

The unofficial start to summer has begun and people are emerging gingerly from their Covid-free lairs like bears from hibernation. And after months living in quarantine without pants or haircuts, the question on all of our minds as we contemplate going out in public is, how is this supposed to work?

Here are some useful etiquette tips to help you open up this summer.

There seems to be so ...