Monday, March 30, 2020

Drive-thru coronavirus testing now available in Ewing and West Windsor

An urgent care company has set up drive-thru testing for the coronavirus at its locations in West Windsor and Ewing townships.

Capital Health makes appeal for donations of personal protective equipment

Hospital hopes community can come through with donations of N95 protective face masks, full-face plastic shields, plastic goggles and alcohol-based hand sanitizer

First case of coronavirus identified in Bordentown

The Burlington County Health Department was notified of the test results on Thursday, March 19 and has started to identify close contacts.

Mercer County to open drive-up Covid-19 testing site at Quaker Bridge Mall

Starting Tuesday, March 31, testing will be available weekdays from 8 to 4 for people with symptoms of Covid-19 — by prescription only

Two in Lawrence Township test positive for COVID-19

Two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 have been found in Lawrence Township, increasing the total in Mercer County to six.

Hamilton closing playgrounds, opening ecological facility

Plus one more positive test brings township total to 6 infected

Blood banks sound alarm on critical blood shortage

Unable to hold blood drives due to the Covid-19 outbreak, area blood banks are encouraging prospective donors to stop in and safely contribute to the blood supply or face critical shortages at this crucial time

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 13: The Last Plague

When the Spanish Flu hit Philadelphia in 1918, it first overwhelmed the hospitals, then the morgues, then the gravediggers. The catastrophe was the fault of one man, public health director Wilmer Krusen, who allowed a Liberty Bond parade that spread the disease at a catastrophic rate. But was Krusen really at fault?

West Windsor says Covid-19-positive person went to Lawrence gym 3 times

Two other positive cases in the township, bringing the total to 4

Princeton schools, library, municipality launch Covid-19 crisis website

There's a new website out there for Princetonians who want to get the latest community updates during the Covid-19 crisis