COVID-19: Fifty Montclair residents now have the virus, one more death reported

Nine more Montclair residents have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the number of cases in Montclair to 50 as of today.

COVID-19: New Jersey sees 2,492 new COVID-19 positive cases

New Jersey saw an increase of 2,492 new COVID-19 positive cases and 19 deaths from the virus today, Thursday, March 26,

COVID-19: 17 more Montclairites test positive; virus claims two more lives

In Montclair, 38 residents so far have tested positive, resulting in six deaths in total.

COVID-19: Essex opens appointment-only testing site Thursday

Tomorrow, March 26, Essex County will open its first drive-through testing site in Weequahic Park, Newark, for Essex County residents who are COVID-19 symptomatic. 
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COVID-19: Montclair sees two more deaths from COVID-19

Montclair has four reported deaths from COVID-19 as of Tuesday, and a total of 21 positive cases, according to state and local health officials.

COVID-19: Montclair nursing home administrator dies after contracting virus

A beloved administrator at a Montclair nursing home who dedicated his life to serving the elderly has died due to complications with COVID-19.

COVID-19: Numbers climb to 3,000, stay at home order will be enforced

The number of COVID-19 cases In New Jersey could reach over 3,000 by tonight, said state officials.

COVID-19: Three more cases announced in Montclair, Essex up to 172

A second FEMA-run drive-through testing site for COVID-19 in New Jersey opens tomorrow, Monday, March 23, Gov. Phil Murphy announced today
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COVID-19: Residents told to stay home unless necessary to go out

New Jersey residents are urged to stay home unless it is necessary to leave the house, as Gov. Phil Murphy announced that all non-essential businesses will close beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday, March 21, to battle the COVID-19 virus.

COVID-19: Hundreds tested at NJ’s first testing site, state to increase social distancing

As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to climb in New Jersey, increasing by 155 with two more deaths from Thursday to Friday, the state is now better equipped to test patients with the opening of the state's first drive-up testing site in Bergen County.