Monday’s number compares with the 519 new cases reported on Friday, Sept. 18. The beginning of fall this week has prompted concerns about increases in cases, with more people spending time indoors as the weather turns colder.
With a rise in COVID-19 transmission among adolescents, parents and kids must take precautions against further spread of the disease.
The Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence hosted a Zoom seminar to find out what parents need to navigate the all-remote school year.
Tenafly, Wayne and other districts throughout the state are reporting a shortage of substitutes. The main reason given is health and safety concerns during the pandemic, officials said.
Rutgers New Jersey Medical Center, Hackensack University Medical Center and University Hospital in Newark are recruiting healthy adults age 18 and up to take part in phase three clinical trials for Moderna’s mRNA-1273.
Montclair is one of 236 school districts across New Jersey starting the school year with all-remote learning, according to data from the state Department of Education.
Out of 10 facilities in the township, Montclair Manor is the only one currently experiencing an outbreak, according to the state data. Eight other Essex County long-term-care facilities also have outbreaks now.