WESTFIELD, NJ — Mayor Shelley Brindle is urging residents to isolate themselves as schools, municipal services, community centers and more are modifying or suspending services to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.

A Westfield family spent seven hours in line at the Motor Vehicle Commission station in Springfield, and they were not alone. Since then, the state has extended the deadline for license and registration renewals in light of COVID-19.

A Westfield resident and a Garwood resident have been diagnosed with the coronavirus. Read these stories, and more, below:

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