WAYNE, NJ – Mayor Chris Vergano has announced five more Wayne residents who have tested positive for COVID-19. “As I informed you yesterday, I expected the number of positive test results to increase and unfortunately, they have.  Today I can report that I have an additional five positive results, which brings the total to eighteen.”

The new cases are:

  • 77-year-old male
  • 29-year-old male
  • 76-year-old female
  • 32-year-old female
  • 46-year-old male

“All are being treated at home, and that’s a good thing,” said Vergano. “Of the 18 positive cases, only one is still being treated at Chilton Memorial Hospital.”

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The Mayor went on to say a township nurse will be calling people who have been in direct contact with those who have tested positive.

In a plea to the Township’s parents, Vergano said: “Now is the time to stand up and act as parents. This is not the time for play dates and sleepovers This is not the time to allow your children to leave the house on their own and go out and play with their friends. Or, hang out with their friends. Schools are closed for a reason, and that reason is to stop the spread of the virus.”

To watch the full video, click here: https://www.waynetownship.com/message-from-the-mayor.html


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