Thursday, June 4, 2020

May 4 update: 4,594 cases, 256 deaths from Covid-19 in Mercer County

Mercer County has now seen 4,594 people test positive for Covid-19, with 256 deaths attributed to the virus

Mercer County parks, trails, golf courses to reopen Saturday May 2

Not all parts of all parks will reopen, and some restrictions will apply

April 30 update: taking a look at Mercer County’s Covid-19 cases per capita

Hightstown and East Windsor are the unfortunate communities that look to have been hit hardest by the virus on a per-capita basis

Capital Health develops coronavirus antibody screening

The presence of the specific IgG antibody indicates that a person has produced an immune response to COVID-19.

Hamilton’s KNF Neuberger plays vital part in global pandemic response

Inside life-saving devices like ventilators are pumps that convey liquids, vapors or gases, pumps like the sort manufactured by KNF.

Justice Grown receives permit to cultivate, process cannabis in Ewing

Justice Grown, a company that grows cannibis and sells cannibis products in multiple U.S. states, says it has officially received a permit to cultivate and process medicinal cannabis products from the New Jersey Department of Health.

April 27 update: 3,433 confirmed cases, 194 deaths in Mercer County

Statewide, there have now been 111,188 confirmed cases of Covid-19, an increase of 22,382 cases since last week but a drop of new cases from the week before

‘The Road Back’: governor outlines vision for New Jersey’s reopening

Phil Murphy has outlined six key principles and benchmarks to guide the process for restoring New Jersey’s economic health by ensuring public health

Hope Loves Company establishes virtual programs for ALS community

Pennington-based nonprofit organization has created a suite of online programs and resources providing educational and emotional support to children and young adults who have seen a loved one battle amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS

Hamilton Township offering surgical masks to residents 60 and older

Those interested can call the Hamilton Township Senior Center to make a reservation to receive a mask